Friday, 13 April 2007

Mondolibrary.Net, a place to ethicaly sell your images

Recently, launched Mondolibrary.Net It’s an image library serving the public interest and nonprofit community. Some of their clients are the World Health Organization, UNAIDS, UN-HABITAT and the Clinton Foundation. At mondolibrary they can download images for their various publications.

Mondolibrary says "We believe that messages must cause change. That’s why we want to provide our clients with images which help them create these powerful messages." The photographer keeps copyright but images are on a royalty free type of license, and there is a sliding fee scale to place your images on. Further, images have to be used in an ethical way by the clients.

They have been communicating heavily with photographers at Lightstalkers on the discussion forums working out the best ways of selling the images, pricing and licensing to keep everything fair


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