TERMS OF USE

      Commercial Use and Copyright

      Photographs and/or videography, taken by Karyn Clements, Owner and Director of Clements and the Fox, are the full property of Clements and the Fox. Karyn Clements holds the rights to these images, and any photograph’s or video footage belonging to Clements and the Fox may not be distorted, printed, remade, redistributed, or sold to make a profit without the expressed written consent of Karyn Clements, Owner and Director of Clements and the Fox. Anyone who does so, without permission will be held liable for copyright infringement and damages.

      The Australian Copyright Act allows certain uses of content from the internet without the copyright owner’s permission. This includes uses by educational institutions and by Commonwealth and State governments, provided fair compensation is paid. For more information, see www.copyright.com.au and www.copyright.org.au.

      License

      Should you wish to use any photographs, or video footage taken by Clements and the Fox, for your marketing materials, website and any other commercial use, you will need to request a license. A license is an agreement between you and Clements and the Fox, where the right of usage is agreed upon, in exchange for payment. The license allows you to use the images under specific terms, and for an agreed period of time. Please fill in the form below to allow Clements and the Fox to produce an appropriate license and quote, based on your answers outlined in the form. If you have any questions please contact us at hello@clementsandthefox.com

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      Social Media

      Vendors, wedding guests, clients or anyone who wishes to share photographs and/or video footage, taken by, and belonging to Clements and the Fox, by posting on social media, must always write in the text below the image the wording “Photography(s) by @clementsandthefox”. Any person failing to do so will be asked to edit the social media post, clearly amending the written text associated with the image, to include the correct wording as stated above. A person will have up to 24 hours to make changes to a social media post, to include the correct and proper tagging to avoid serious legal action for imposed copyright infringement.