or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Git specialises in personal photography
other than weddings...
portrait photo session runs for around 90 minutes, for which we
you will receive a
CD or DVD ROM containing all your photos*
or quoted per job
colour to B&W or Sepia etc
with colour elements
photos scanned and restored or repaired
reasonably incurred (travel, accommodating, meals etc) are extra to
above costs (normally applies only outside 30km radius of Kiama).
All photos are taken on high-quality digital cameras and delivered on
Copyright and other conditions are outlined below.
Prices may be changed at any time without notice - pre-existing bookings
will not be affected.
Not all photographs taken are handed over to the client. The photographer
retains the right to delete or otherwise destroy any image deemed to
be of poor quality,
technically or artistically imperfect, or so closely similar to another
photo as to be deemed essentially identical. Clients must accept that
aproximately 20 per cent
of all photos taken will be so deleted or destroyed, for one reason
or another and will not be delivered.
and enquiries, contact Brian Hartigan on 0408 496 664 or emial email@example.com
- personal clients of bigirishgit.com retain complete and unconditional
copyright ownership of their own photographs.
You may copy the DVD-ROM, print images or transmit files electronically
as often as desired.
the law says...
if the photographs were taken for private or
domestic purposes (such as family portraits, or wedding
photographs), the first owner of copyright in them is the
client, unless the photographer and client agree
owns the negatives?
Ownership of a physical negative, transparency or CD-ROM
is determined by general property law and not copyright law.
The owner of a negative is usually the person who paid for
the film on which the negative image appears. Ownership of
copyright in the photographs is separate from the ownership
of physical items, such as the prints, negatives or digital
files. Your agreement with the client should cover these issues.
If the client owns copyright in the photographs, he or she
may make copies from prints in his or her possession. A photographer
may own negatives but this does not entitle him or her to
make further prints without the copyright owners consent.
Copyright Council Information Sheet G11 Photographers