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Using photos

Images for editorial use in newspapers, magazine and blog articles are available for download from the photo archive section of this site. Downloads are sized to suit your use with size of 2500px delivered for newspaper and magazine printing and smaller size options available for online use, for example in blogs, with prices for single use starting at £12.

You pay securely using debit or credit card through PayPal; only your funds are passed on to the photographer, not your card details.

Just because an image is made available on this site does not make it appropriate for the use you intend. In particular, many images on this site are not suitable for commercial use - that is why they are made available for use editorially only by newspapers, magazines or book publishers. If you misuse images then people or brands featured may take exception to your business using their image and you expose yourself to possible legal action.

You are not purchasing a ROYALTY FREE image. You are purchasing a right to use an image in the limited ways described. If you use the image in other ways then other fees will be payable.

YOU AGREE YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WAY YOU USE THE IMAGE

COPYRIGHT

Images on this site are the copyright of Scott Hortop. In the event of abuses of images supplied you will be charged at the full reference price for the use(s) you have made of the image. The more flagrant copyright abuses of images from this site, principally where a photo has been used without any permission, will be charged at least twice this rate. Costs and other damages that may arise from your use of the images will also be recovered.

Please be aware that many forms of copyright infringement are a CRIMINAL offence under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Almost every image that you find on the internet is automatically the copyright of the photographer who captured that image whether or not you see the photographer's name or a reference to copyright on the web page or social media site.

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