What is Semi Exclusive?
Semi exclusive content can be up to six items photographed with different styles (backdrops, plates, napkins) for each set. The recipe or craft tutorial will be the same and in process images will be the same. Can be used on your blog and social media. Should not be used for campaigns. This photography work is not originally yours and should only be used on social media and your blog. If you intend to resale to a brand then you need to speak with the initial photographer.
What is Exclusive?
Exclusive content is one item that is just for purchase only once. All pictures and in process are apart of this set and will not be sold to another blogger. This product is to be used on your blog and social media. Can be used for campaigns. This photography work is not originally yours and should only be used on social media and your blog. If you intend to resale to a brand then you need to speak with the initial photographer.
What is PLR?
PLR stands for Private Label Rights. It’s content that is created and resold again and again. However we will limit the PLR to 12 copies sold. This means there is less exclusivity to it unlike semi exclusive or exclusive content. Just like you would buy stock photography this is the same idea. The difference between PLR and Stock is that with PLR you will receive a set of photographs and a recipe or tutorial with your purchase. You purchase the files and use it as filler content. Use it to write posts or fill in a need for social media.
What is Stock?
Stock photography is a picture that is sold again and again. You receive just the photography in a high resolution file. You will not receive a recipe or tutorial with the stock images. These are great for an in process picture, pictures to fill out a travel or camping post, or use for social media. If there is a stock set you will receive the set in a zip file without a recipe or tutorial.
How Long Can I Download My Files?
Files are available up to 90 days. After 90 days they will no longer be in your account. Please download those files before the 90 days. You get three times to download the files. If you have exceeded this you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access.
My Files Are Too Large How Do I Resize?
We like to suggest to use Fookes Easy Thumbnails. You may set the setting size and then resize all pictures at once. We do not suggest canva.
Please download files to your own computer. Downloading zip files to a phone is not the best way to keep or use these files. If using an apple product you will need a app to download and unzip. iPhone or iPad users see here – https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211132
I Didn’t Get A Email With My Download
Please go to account at the top of the website and login. You will find all of your downloads there. If you are still having issues please contact email@example.com.
These images here are meant for purchase to use on your blog or social media. These are not to be resold in Facebook groups, shops, or similar. These are also not to be sold to companies asking for images. If these images are on your website and a company reaches out to you to use them on an item/post/etc you are not the original photographer and should redirect to the original photographer.
Do to the digital nature of the products all sales are final. If you have a major issue with a download or corrupt file please email firstname.lastname@example.org.