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08/04/2009 12:50:22 PM · #1
CustomAdArt has a new contest up for a picture of an intense male athlete. More details can be found here: //www.customadart.com/details.php?id=125

If you would like more information about the site, please check out this article written by Springwise, an entrepreneurial blog:
//www.springwise.com/marketing_advertising/customadart/

Rob
08/04/2009 12:52:00 PM · #2
Hey, I'm on it already -- keep out! ;-)
08/04/2009 03:08:15 PM · #3
Thanks for the heads up, I'm in.
08/05/2009 02:19:20 AM · #4
Haha, sorry General, had to keep spreading the word!

Good luck to you both!

Rob
08/05/2009 04:56:16 AM · #5
Thanks for the link. I have a great shot to submit for this, just need to put a little more space next to the subject. BTW, it doesn't say $500.00 prize, it says price. I hope that's a typo on their site.
08/05/2009 05:54:31 AM · #6
David,

The price is what the client will pay for the selected image they choose to purchase. It is the compensation they set when posting the job. Good luck to you!

Rob

Message edited by author 2009-08-05 05:55:15.
08/05/2009 07:26:15 AM · #7
they pay the artist directly. In return, they gain full rights to the purchased image.


For most of us selling all rights to an image for $500 would be a good thing but of course you would no longer have the right to use the image for anything ever again!
08/05/2009 11:37:55 AM · #8
Originally posted by Ecce Signum:

they pay the artist directly. In return, they gain full rights to the purchased image.


For most of us selling all rights to an image for $500 would be a good thing but of course you would no longer have the right to use the image for anything ever again!


Is that true, you give up ALL rights to the image?
What about those wedding photographers that give clients right to print the images and burn them full size images, are they not allowed to use the pictures on their own website?
08/05/2009 11:56:51 AM · #9
As the photographer, you retain the right to use the image for personal use and include it in your portfolio, but nothing beyond that.
08/05/2009 12:11:54 PM · #10
Originally posted by BobbyXu:

As the photographer, you retain the right to use the image for personal use and include it in your portfolio, but nothing beyond that.


For a measly $500, that's like stealing, but if you can get people to fall for that, that's between you and them.

Message edited by author 2009-08-05 12:12:46.
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