[Comment today to win the pair of tickets for the Rhone Rangers grand tasting… Drawing this Saturday.]
“That is a service that we don’t offer,” was my recent response, inspired by Jose when I asked him, “Can you tell me why I’m asked to give away my high res photography for free all of the time?”
At least once or twice a week now I get E-Mails like this:
- Hi! My name is Maria. Could you be so kind to send me the variety leaves photos in good resolution? Link: https://www.wine-blog.org/index.php/2007/12/20/variety-leaves-a-photo-shoot-at-k-js-demonstration-vineyard/ Thank you. Best regards
Or this one:
- Hi, can you send this photo to me from this post ~ https://www.wine-blog.org/index.php/2010/01/28/why-people-should-go-to-winery-tasting-rooms/ I want to start a tasting group, and give this picture to someone planning for me.
How hard is it to set a table, put the wine and a few glasses on the table, and have at it? Oh, don’t forget your dump bucket and water pitcher. I guess it was harder than I thought. Jose came up with the obvious… “Just give your designer the LINK. ” Dah….
People, as my mom used to say to me all the time… A word to the wise…
Whomever started the rumor that all photography on the Internet is free for the asking… like maybe Google?… Needs to revamp its thinking.
There are tons of sites that offer images for a price. When I can’t find an image that suits my writing, I purchase it.
THE OPTIONS: If you come across my images on this blog
- I’ve either taken great pains to take them
- I’ve paid someone else for their work
- Or I give a photo credit for the work and give a link where it came from.
When people are asking me for high res images, that means they want my work for a publication for which they’ll have monetary gain, and I’m not a sucker, guys.
I respect other people’s work, and I’d say that’s the key. If my work is respected enough for someone to want to have it, then that person needs to consider me as a working partner. I’m for hire.
On my blog under Contact/Use:
Approximately 95 percent of the photography on my blog are images that I’ve personally taken.
Please don’t copy any of my intellectual property.
If you have a wine blog, and would like to use one of my images, please give me the following photo credit, and you do NOT have to contact me, as long as there is a photo credit. What to type:
PHOTO CREDIT: Wine Blog ~ Juicy Tales by Jo Diaz
I sell images for limited use, but not for complete copyright purposes. Original copyright will always belong to Jo Diaz.
E-mail me for purchasing and transferring of the file(s).
|Size||Pixels (approx)||File size (approx)||Price|
|Extra Small||335 × 358 px||100 KB||$7.50|
|Small||669 × 717 px||250 KB||$15.00|
|Medium||1338 × 1435 px||1 MB||$30.00|
|Large||2140 × 2297 px||2 MB||$50.00|
|Extra Large||3744 × 4020 px||6 MB||$100.00|