Rates refer to both location and studio based photography.:
|NL rates excl. BTW||Minimum||Half Day||Full Day|
The above rates include standard post editing, i.e. cropping, editing for colour balance and basic sharpening.
|Retouching, beyond standard post-editing||Charged on an hourly basis at €85 per hour or part thereof|
|Prints of images||Giclée custom prints are available to order and priced according to size, paper type etc.,
(as an example, a print with image size @ 80cm x 50cm on 90cm x 60 on 230gm matte paper would cost €60 (unframed) + photography fees). please contact me for further information.
If there are any expenses or costs these will be clearly shown in your estimate.
Please note mileage for all projects outside Amsterdam is charged at 0.70c per kilometre. Flights, hotels, meals and other travel expenses are subject to discussion and charged at cost, (these may require an advance deposit).
For a written estimate, please email or call me on +31 6 85 02 36 87
Estimates include all charges for photography, processing, the supply of images, and other expenses
Apart from the prices listed above, other rates may be available – for these, including “portrait & prints” or “photography for artists” - please contact me for further details.
The rates detailed on this page are in euros, exclude BTW (VAT), and are valid as of February 2018.
All photography rates are for guidance only and may be subject to changes according to the work requested.
Please see my standard terms and conditions for photography services
Images are usually provided as high-resolution JPEGs in RGB formats images and delivered electronically, (via WeTransfer or Dropbox). Other formats – PSD or TIFF – are available on request. These however, often have to be delivered via flash drives and may incur further charges.
Please note images in CMYK formats can only be provided on receipt of ICC profiles and/or conversion details, along with a written specification of the conversion requirements. There may be a charge for CMYK image conversion.
The above rates refer to the usage of images under a rights managed license which will be included with your invoice. Please see an example of my standard Rights Managed License here. Any other form of usage must be subject to a written agreement
In these General Terms & Conditions the following terms have the meanings referred to: Aw: Copyright Act [Auteurswet] 1912
Photographic Work: photographic works as referred to in Article 10 section 1 subsection 9 Aw, or other works covered by the Aw that can be equated with the said photographic works.
Photographer: the user as defined by Book 6, Article 231 of the Dutch Civil Code.
Other Party: the other party as defined by Book 6, Article 231 of the Dutch Civil Code.
Usage: copying and/or publication as defined by Article 1 in conjunction with Articles 12 and 13 of the Aw.
These General Terms and Conditions apply to all legal relationships between a Photographer and Other Party, including offers, confirmations of commissions and oral or written agreements, even after the termination of an agreement, unless the parties have explicitly deviated from these Terms and Conditions in writing.
3.1 If the parties have not agreed a price, the Photographer will fix the price in a reasonable and fair way, bearing in mind the scope and extent of the desired usage of the work by the Other Party.
3.2 Necessary costs and/or additional work must be paid by the Other Party.
4.1 Payment will be made within 14 days of the date of the invoice.
4.2 If the Photographer has not received the amount due within the period specified in 4.1, the Other Party will be in breach and therefore liable to charges at the statutory rate of 15% of the invoice total.
4.3 If the Other Party is in breach of any of its obligations under the agreement, including any infringement of copyright, it will be liable for all judicial and extra-judicial costs incurred by the Photographer when acquiring payment.
4.4 All use of the Photographic Work, in any shape or form, is prohibited until the Other Party has paid any of the Photographer's invoices which might be outstanding.
Complaints regarding the Photographic Work supplied must be reported to the Photographer in writing/by e-mail as soon as possible, within a maximum of ten working days of its delivery. The Photographer has the right to substitute the rejected work with good work within a reasonable period, unless this would cause disproportionate damage to the Other Party.
6.1 The photographer is entitled to carry out work which is not explicitly described in a commission contract at its own technical and creative discretion.
6.2 Changes to the commission by the Other Party for whatever reason, are for the account of the Other Party and will only be implemented by the Photographer after a separate offer for the additional costs has been signed as approved by the Other Party and returned to the Photographer.
6.3 In the event of cancellation of a commission contract by the Other Party, at any point in time and for whatever reason, the Photographer will be entitled to the agreed payment. In the event of cancellation, a non-professional client will only owe a reasonably determined part of the payment, bearing in mind the work already performed.
The copyright of the Photographic Works is owned by the Photographer.
8.1 Permission to use a Photographic Work by the Other Party will be granted exclusively in writing/by e-mail in the form of a License, of which the nature and scope is described by the Photographer in the offer and/or the confirmation of the commission and/or the relevant invoice.
8.2 If the scope of the License is not specified, it will never extend beyond the right to one single use, in original form and for a purpose, circulation and method as intended by the parties at the time they enter into the agreement, in accordance with the Photographer's interpretation.
8.3 Exclusive use must always be agreed explicitly in writing and is not covered by the right to use referred to in Article 8.2.
8.4 The Other Party is not permitted to transfer the right to use described in this article to third parties unless the Photographer has granted written permission in advance.
8.5 Unless otherwise agreed, the Other Party is not entitled to grant sub-Licenses to third parties.
9.1 Any unauthorized use of a Photographic Work is deemed to be an infringement of the Photographer’s copyright.
9.2 Any infringement entitles the Photographer to claim compensation of at least three times the License fee usually charged by the Photographer for such type of use, without losing any right to claim compensation for other damage (including the right to compensation for all direct and indirect damage and all judicial and extra-judicial costs actually incurred).
10.1 The name of the Photographer must be clearly credited alongside the Photographic Work used, or included elsewhere in the publication with reference to the Photographic Work.
10.2 In the event of the copying or publication of a Photographic Work the Other Party will, at all times, observe the Photographer's personality rights in accordance with Article 25, section 1, subsection c and d of the Aw.
10.3 In the event of any infringement of the Photographer's personality rights ex Article 25 of the Copyright Act, including the right to be named, the Other Party will owe compensation of at least 100% of the License fee usually charged by the Photographer for such type of use, without losing any right to claim compensation for other damage (including the right to compensation for all direct and indirect damage and all judicial and extra-judicial costs actually incurred).
11.1 The Photographer is authorized to enter into this Agreement and grant the aforementioned License.
11.2 The Photographer is not liable vis-à-vis the Other Party for claims by third parties and/or damage resulting from the use and publication of the Work, except in the event of gross negligence or intent on the part of the Photographer.
11.3 The Photographer's liability is, in any event, limited to the invoice amount or, if and insofar related to insured damage, to the amount of the sum actually paid out by the insurance.
11.4 If third parties give notice of, or submit, a claim vis-à-vis the Photographer and/or Other Party with regard to the Work, the Other Party and the Photographer will determine, on the basis of mutual consultation, whether they are going to submit a defense and how.
The Photographer and the Other Party are each entitled to terminate the agreement with immediate effect if the Other Party becomes bankrupt or is granted a moratorium. In the event of the bankruptcy of the Other Party, the Photographer will have the right to terminate the License.
13.1 All matters governed by these General Terms and Conditions are subject to Dutch law.
13.2 Any dispute concerning the wording and explanation of these General Terms and Conditions and a legal relationship between the Photographer and the Other Party will be brought before the court with relevant jurisdiction in the Netherlands.
The original Dutch version of these General Terms and Conditions has been filed with the Court of Amsterdam under reference number 66/2016