Terms and Conditions
Lifescapes Photography accepts cancellations within 7 working days (the normal statutory cooling-off period) on disk purchases providing that they are still sealed and have not been tampered with. This does not include images that you have specifically commissioned, such as portraits or business images. As such you must satisfy yourself that the image is fit for your purpose before downloading the image.
Prints / Framed Pictures
You have the right to cancel within 7 working days as set out above again with the exception of images that you have specifically commissioned and are personal to you, such as portraits or business images.
Unless agreed otherwise at the time of booking all of Lifescapes Photography’s work remains copyright of Phil Kirby, Lifescapes Photography. This means that you are not allowed to duplicate, edit, change, crop or otherwise alter an image that has been supplied. If you wish to publish images supplied on your Facebook page or any other internet or printed service, these must be as supplied and must be credited to www.lifescapephoto.co.uk
Where a party breaches the copyright they will indemnify Lifescapes Photography, against and loss or damage as a result of that breach.
We use a variety of security measures to protect our work. Should you wish to negotiate a variation in these rights please get in touch.
Upon payment of our invoice in full the client shall be granted a lifelong licence to use the images supplied for whatever purpose they wish provided that such use is in connection with the business or personal use of the client and not for the commercial benefit of any third party.
In all cases where the licence does not cover the use the written permission of Lifescapes Photography must be obtained prior to any such use and a fee may be required.
We are happy to provide guidance as to whether any intended use would constitute a breach.
If an image is used by a third party we request that it is credited to www.lifescapephoto.co.uk
Variations in Prints
In all cases we take care to insure that final prints match the image seen on screen and at the proofing stage. It is, impossible however to guarantee 100% colour accuracy due to the different technologies used in digital imaging,printers, media, screens and software settings.
We take steps to minimise problems of colour rendition but there may be differences and as such colours viewed on screen should only be taken as a guide. If you have any concerns in this respect please seek our advice.