Supplier Usage Guide

Let’s Share the Love

This photography game is a rather lonely one at times. I’m often sat at home talking to my cockapoo Harper as she’s my only real workmate. I love to share my photographs far and wide through wedding suppliers like YOU so please read my simple guide, make the best use of and enjoy the photographs.

What it’ll Cost

Would you like to use my photographs in third-party media adverts WITHOUT a Mention or Credit? Yes? Then I’m afraid it’ll cost you.

I charge a nominal fee of £25 per photograph for use in as many articles/advertising campaigns as you’d like. Should you wish to use multiple photographs then I’ll offer a discount so get in touch and we can talk numbers.

The Free Option

Upload them to social media, your website, or print in your own brochures as much as possible provided you do these three easy-to-follow things.

#1: For social media, don’t change the photo size or appearance in any way. This includes not applying filters (definitely no Sepia) and/or crops (use landscape on Instagram not square).

#2: For website or print, you are welcome to crop to fit as long as there is a clear mention next to the image or a website link.

#3: Only share the photographs which I share with you, as unauthorized use may break Copyright Law.

#4: Leave a clear mention with redirection to where my work can be found in the caption text. Do not bury this in the hashtags on Instagram, in a tag, or in a comment attached to the post on Facebook.

If no clear mention is used, then a request to remove the image from social media will be implemented without notice.

Redirection Credits To Use

Website –

Instagram – @LeeBPhoto

Facebook – @LeeBrownPhotography

Photographs, illustrations and other images will generally be protected by copyright as artistic works. This means that a user will usually need the permission of the copyright owner(s) if they want to perform certain acts, such as copying the image or sharing it on the internet. The person who creates an image (“the creator”) will generally be the first owner of the copyright.

The creator of an image may choose to allow a person or organisation to license the work on their behalf, license the copyright directly themselves, or “assign” (transfer) the copyright to another person. The term ‘licensing’ means giving another person or organisation permission to use a work such as an image, often in return for payment and/or on certain conditions for a specific period of time.

A full explanation can be found on the website here.


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