The Gettyimages customer is the subscriber who purchases content across the entire site. The customer has simplified, unlimited and unlimited access to the purchased content, which means that it is a single purchase of indefinite duration. 2.C`s the fault of the Internet, the volume, availability, and diversity of unlicensed images online (which can be easily searched and downloaded in seconds), buyers don`t need a license, and if they need a single image, they hire photographers and own the images. Again, I agree with you. Revenue and sales were pretty much the same as at home. But I expect it to continually decrease until it`s a few dollars a month. . And until then, the images will no longer have any value, because they will be RF. To keep them awake and watch them die; or remove it and hopefully go somewhere else? But where? I`m with Firstlight and Danita Delimont who sees the return. But they fade compared to what Getty produced. Getty arrives where the other agencies are. Once photographers have been removed from the individual licensing option, „they may distribute [their] RM images as they see fit, except that they cannot license images (or others) managed with rights in a manner that conflicts with active, unenpired exclusive licenses.“ Some Getty sites display even higher prices for unlicensed images, but this is not the case for high-volume buyers.
If that were the case, I wouldn`t get a penny per sale. Its Getty page claims that low res Royalty Free photos start at $175. www.gettyimages.ca/plans-and-pricing 1. Small agencies and in-house marketing departments often don`t have the resources (recording software, staff, resources, etc.) to manage licenses so they don`t break agreements. This is a license agreement between you and Getty Images, which explains how to use photos, illustrations, vectors and video clips (individually and collectively „Content“) that you will grant to Getty Images. By downloading content from Getty Images, you agree to the terms of this agreement. It`s important to note that these changes only apply to commercial images – what they call „creative“ images. Editorial rights Managed content is not affected.
Meanwhile, Getty Images is in a „Phased Retirement“ of creative images administered on the right. To enter the transition, getty Images contributors can no longer submit new creative images to GettyImages.com right (as of November 6, 2019) and by the end of January 2020, all images administered on the right will be „removed from the individual license (sometimes called à la carte) on GettyImages.com.“ I wouldn`t like Getty to disappear on his back. .