You'll Love This eBook Excerpt If:
- You are a writer or photographer
- You want to know when to include illustrations or photographs
- You want to know more about releases and permissions
If you have the natural talent in both writing and art, then you might think of photographs or illustrations that would fit your article or book idea. While there are no hard-and-fast rules for incorporating art with writing, your best bet is to check with the publication or editor you are querying.
When you buy How Do I Provide Art?
, you'll discover the answers to questions like: Will including photographs with my article or book help sell it?, How do I arrange to get an illustrator for my children's book?, and many more!
In This eBook Excerpt You'll Learn:
- The difference between royalty-free and stock photos
- What a model release is and when you need one
- Examples of situations when you do and don't need permission to reproduce an image
A Frequently Asked Question About Selling Photographs:What rights should I sell for photographs when they are submitted with a manuscript?
Photographs are often bough in a package with the manuscript they accompany. Thus, editors will usually buy the same rights to the pictures that they buy to the manuscript. If they buy photographs independently, they will normally buy the same rights they buy for articles and stories printed in their publications. Ideally, you should sell only one-time rights to photographs, the same rights you would sell to an article, story, or poem.
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