Horse Show Candid Picture Ordering Information:
Preferred: Click HERE to access Avis's mail ordering form
(PDF file to print and place in the mail)
Email Avis at email@example.com to order.
Indicate which show and proof number(s) (including size) you would like to order.
Be sure to include your name, address, and a phone number.
Photos will be shipped upon Avis's receipt of your check or money order.
Please make checks out to: Avis S. Girdler!
Horse Show Candid Pricing
(add $6 shipping & handling)
|5 x 7||-||$25.00||16 x 20||-||$135.00|
|8 x 10||-||$50.00||20 x 24||-||$235.00|
|11 x 14||-||$85.00||Re-touch||-||$30.00+|
Stick Horse & Leadline: 5 x 7 = $15.00; 8 x 10 = $30.00
Please inquire for farm shoot & greeting card pricing
"Customer Copyright Information"
(What is it? Who owns what? and Why all the fuss?)
What is copyright?
The U.S. Constitution and the Federal Copyright Act give "copyright" protection to "authors" for their "original works," such as photographs. Among the protections that copyright owners have are the exclusive rights to: make copies of the work; prepare other works based on the original; distribute copies of the work to the public by sale, rental, lease, or lending; and to publicly perform and display the work.
Who owns what?
The law says the "author" is the owner of the copyright. The author of a photo or image is usually the person who snapped the shutter or created the image. If you took the photo, you own the copyright. If a professional photographer took the photo for you, then he or she owns the copyright (regardless if it has the "©" symbol displayed on the photograph).
Why all the fuss?
Photographers are concerned about artistic integrity. Since their name is associated with the photos, they want control over how the reprints look.