The customer will be required to enter their e-mail address at the time of placing an order.
By doing so, the customer is agreeing to these following terms.
a. The agreement made between “Customer“ and “Yoko Shelley“ as a photographer.
b. “Customer” refers to purchaser(s) and user(s) of “Products“ and the website of www.yoko-shelley-photography.co.uk
c. “Products” refers to photographs taken and produced by Yoko Shelley.
2 Purpose of this website
To provide opportunities to view and purchase photographs
3 Purpose of products
For appreciation of the photography
All materials and products created by Yoko Shelley are copyrighted and protected by intellectual property laws.
Purchasing products does not grant the customer the right to own or transfer the copyright of those products.
6 Caption or description
If product is used in an editorial content
venue, location, date
name of the person/people in portrait
7 Permitted use
1) Personal use for and by the purchaser
Products (photographs) are allowed to be
changed in size
2) Commercial use with authorisation for licensing product(s)
8 Unauthorised personal use
1) To modify, retouch, edit, alter, type, animate, deface or change the product
Products must be kept in their original condition (colour, brightness and format) in order to keep the accuracy of the information contained within the photograph(s).
2) To copy, reproduce, repackage, resell, redistribute or sub-license
making merchandising goods and sales (T-shirts, mugs, ebooks, books and publications)
making an advertisement of purchaser’s goods and/or service without obtaining permission
3) To use for any matter unrelated to the venue or the subjects.
using products for a blog article such as food & drink, health, medical and diet.
9 Authorised commercial use and licensing products
If the customers and the businesses require using products for commercial purposes, please contact at email@example.com
The following information will be requested.
company name and contact
purpose of use
type of media and display
the photograph(s) to be used
where the photograph(s) will be displayed
size of the image
duration of the usage
10 Return policy
As it’s an electronic downloadable product, returns cannot be accepted.
Products are sold as seen.
11 Damage or loss
Once products are downloaded, it will be the customer’s responsibility to keep and store them.
12 Personal information
1) The website requests customers’ contact details to provide a service and deliver goods.
3) The website uses Paypal for financial transaction. Any customer’s financial information (e.g. credit card number) will be stored within Paypal.
This website, www.yoko-shelley-photography.co.uk does not receive customer’s financial information.
13 Permission given to the photographer
The photographer has been given any necessary permission by the organiser(s) of the event(s) to carry out the work undertaken.
Any further enquiry, please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
This page will be revised and updated as when required.
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