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Does anyone know?

So, I bought the disc of images from both Cheyenne and Robin - does that mean I am free to put the images on facebook or elsewhere? Anyone know?

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    edited December 2011
    If you have the cd with all images on them you must have paid for the rigths to your pictures. I'm pretty sure that means you can use them to do as you wish...but maybe someone else is 100% sure?!?
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    alliegator8alliegator8 member
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    edited December 2011
    I agree with PP. I think you have the rights to them since you bought them. can't wait to see them!
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    edited December 2011
    I agree with pp's too.  If you bought the rights to them you can do whatever you want to with them.
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    edited December 2011
    Yes, you are free to do any and everything you wish with the images on the cds you bought. I bought a flower girl basket from a vendor on etsy who asked to have photos later, I was going to send a few I knew would end up on the vendors blog and I asked Cheyenne permission first and she said I never needed to ask permission to do anything with any of the images on the cd. So there you are, indirectly from the horse's mouth.
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    edited December 2011
    I would put a line in the album description saying "All images courtesy of Blanky Blank Photography."
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    edited December 2011
    usually they are supposed to give you a signed over agreement...i have one from my photographer releasing the rights over to me.
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    krispychikinkrispychikin member
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    edited December 2011
    you should have the rights if you bought them - but I did get a signed copyright release from Eddie along w/ my dvds so you might want to check.
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    edited December 2011
    Most photographers give you a written release describing what can & can't be done with them. If it's not in your contract & she doesn't give you any details, they're essentially yours to do with what you wish.Typically, pro photographers will stipulate that they're for personal & non-profit use (aka: you can't print them off & sell them yourselves), & that they should be credited if submitted to any publication (magazine, newspaper announcements, etc.)
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    edited December 2011
    I think you have permission. POST THEM POST THEM POST THEM!!! :) I never got to thank you for arranging my pick up of your lanterns and hooks. They are so awesome! THANK YOU!
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