Posts Tagged ‘Professional’

Commercial Photographer Cork Waterford Dublin

Posted on Monday, Jun 12th, 2017 by David Clynch Commercial Photography LIPPA

I am an award-winning commercial photographer for Cork, Dublin and throughout Ireland and I have over 10 years of experience as a commercial photographer. I capture vibrant, striking Corporate Headshots, Corporate Events, Model and Actor Portfolio Shots, Product & Marketing ...

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Creators working together?

Sunday, Jun 28th, 2015 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

I have been reading with great interest the open letter sent by Taylor Swift to Apple in response to their very generous offer of giving away other peoples work for free (musicians work that is), and how Apple have done ...

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Creators working together?

Sunday, Jun 28th, 2015 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

I have been reading with great interest the open letter sent by Taylor Swift to Apple in response to their very generous offer of giving away other peoples work for free (musicians work that is), and how Apple have done ...

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Reaching Potential Markets…

Wednesday, Apr 18th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

Ah, another spring day fighting the hosepipe ban :-) Whilst editing and key wording I am looking for better ways to market my images...How can I make my photos more desirable? How do I get potential clients to see the ...

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Reaching Potential Markets…

Wednesday, Apr 18th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

Ah, another spring day fighting the hosepipe ban :-) Whilst editing and key wording I am looking for better ways to market my images...How can I make my photos more desirable? How do I get potential clients to see the ...

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I paid for them I ‘own’ the photographs!

Tuesday, Apr 17th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

I have had a very difficult situation to deal with recently with a trusted and valued client who started using images outside of the agreed contract, and despite requests for the contract to be renegotiated to include these extra uses, ...

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I paid for them I ‘own’ the photographs!

Tuesday, Apr 17th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

I have had a very difficult situation to deal with recently with a trusted and valued client who started using images outside of the agreed contract, and despite requests for the contract to be renegotiated to include these extra uses, ...

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The watchword in our Authority now is not ‘quality’, but ‘cashable savings’.

Saturday, Apr 7th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

"Thank you for taking the time to explain the pricing in detail. I do understand the costs and demands on a commercial photographer but I think you will find that as public services budgets continue to dwindle over the ...

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The watchword in our Authority now is not ‘quality’, but ‘cashable savings’.

Saturday, Apr 7th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

"Thank you for taking the time to explain the pricing in detail. I do understand the costs and demands on a commercial photographer but I think you will find that as public services budgets continue to dwindle over the ...

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Contracts and agreements

Friday, Apr 6th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

The other day I had an e-mail from one of my regular clients.  Not angry as such, but well, this is what he wrote: “I have received an invoice from you for the use of an image on billboard advertising. ...

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Contracts and agreements

Friday, Apr 6th, 2012 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

The other day I had an e-mail from one of my regular clients.  Not angry as such, but well, this is what he wrote: “I have received an invoice from you for the use of an image on billboard advertising. ...

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Moral Rights

Friday, Jul 9th, 2010 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

 “It is a logical and legal absurdity to talk of licensing works whose authors cannot be identified while there are still significant groups of authors who do not have the right to be identified.”This was Viscount Bridgeman, speaking in ...

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Moral Rights

Friday, Jul 9th, 2010 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

 “It is a logical and legal absurdity to talk of licensing works whose authors cannot be identified while there are still significant groups of authors who do not have the right to be identified.”This was Viscount Bridgeman, speaking in ...

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Todays Guardian Protest

Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2009 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

Photographers are very proud of their contribution to their industry, not least of these, those who contribute to the Guardian and Observer newspapers (Guardian News Media).Outside the Guardian today were a number of contributors to the Guardian. Noticeable in his ...

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Todays Guardian Protest

Tuesday, Sep 1st, 2009 | Source: Pete Jenkins Photo Thoughts

Photographers are very proud of their contribution to their industry, not least of these, those who contribute to the Guardian and Observer newspapers (Guardian News Media).Outside the Guardian today were a number of contributors to the Guardian. Noticeable in his ...

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