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FREE IMAGE USE TERMS AND CONDITIONS - copyright and credits


ATTRIBUTION REQUIREMENT

Without exception, we require attribution when DDRL Content is shown. Either visible for the entire duration of shot or in the end credit. Please do not ask to negotiate this requirement. If you are unwilling to meet our attribution requirements, contact us directly to enquire about purchasing the rights to the Content directly.


You may customise the style and placement of the in vision attribution text, provided that the text is visible and legible to the average viewer or reader.


Example attribution in a video sequence: Filename © 2014 DDRL

You may customise the style and placement of the end credit attribution text, provided that the text is visible and legible to the average viewer or reader. The attribution end credit must be visible for a minimum of three seconds.


Example attribution in video end credit: Dartmoor aerials courtesy DDRL


Example attribution using photographer's name for all still images: © Andrew Cooper DDRL 2014


Example internet link requirement: Dartmoor imagery courtesy DDRL


CHANGES TO DDRL IMAGERY

Any use of DDRL imagery must reflect how the imagery would look online.

For example, you are not allowed to make any changes (e.g. delete, blur, recolour etc.) to our products or imagery that would make these items look genuinely different. This includes, but is not limited to, adding clouds or other natural elements, altered user interfaces and modifications that do not appear in the actual original product.

Subtle colour correction to match the rest of sequence is permissible but if in doubt please ask.

Use of our Content on television or in film without prior broadcast licence agreement is not permitted.

Uploading to public websites or personal photo galleries is not permitted unless by prior written agreement.


ETHICS OF USING ARCHIVE FOOTAGE

We ask you always to remember when editing or repurposing archive video that you are using another person’s footage. Please respect the integrity of the film maker's original work and do not trivialise, sensationalise, demean or use the film to represent controversial or sensitive issues.