Licenses at a Glance
|Standard Commercial Use
Print Usage (Non-Resale, up to 10,000 copies)
Electronic Usage (Non-Resale)
- Brochure, pamphlet, document, report
- Any non-resale print or product
- Any print project covered under Editorial Standard License
- Web page advertisement
- Web page design element
- E-Newsletter design element or advertisement (up to 10,000 e-mails)
- Electronic document (up to 10,000 copies)
- Multimedia presentation (up to 10,000 copies)
- Any electronic project covered under Editorial Standard License
|Full Commercial Use
||On this page
Print Usage (Resale and Unlimited Run)
Electronic Usage (Resale and Unlimited Run)
- Book jacket or interior page
- Greeting card design
- Poster for resale
- Calendar for resale
- Mug or T-shirt design
- Software packaging, CD/DVD/video or audio tape label
- Trade show display, billboard, exhibit
- Any print project covered under Standard Commercial License
- Any print project covered under Editorial Full License
- Any item/product for resale
- Electronic greeting card
- Web application template
- Presentation software template
- E-mail template
- Any electronic project covered under Commercial Standard License
- Any electronic project covered under Editorial Full License
|Standard Editorial Use
- Web-based news article or press release
- Personal or corporate blog
- E-Newsletter editorial (up to 10,000 e-mails)
- Printed editorial in limited run (up to 10,000 copies) newspaper, magazine, or other printed media
|Full Editorial Use
- Large circulation newspaper editorial
- Magazine editorial
- Publication/book of historical nature (educational materials, encyclopedia, etc.)
- Any unlimited run printed editorial
- Any unlimited run electronic editorial
- Any editorial covered under Standard Editorial License
*Editorial use is permitted under the terms of either Commercial or Editorial Use Licenses
This Agreement governs commercial use of any images purchased from ShutterPoint.com under
the terms of the Full Commercial Use License.
Currently, only royalty-free
licensing is available; however the usage of
images is described as either Commercial or Editorial. The type of licensing is described as either Standard or Full.
This Agreement applies to FULL COMMERCIAL use only. Full Commercial-Use Licensing requires that a buyer agrees to the
terms of this License Agreement.
Full Commercial-Use license allows usage of images on commercial or editorial basis for multiple projects across a broad
range of media over an unlimited period of time. Below are examples of commercial image uses allowed under the terms
of the Full Commercial-Use License Agreement:
- Calendars, books, guides, greeting cards and posters
- Website, online and multimedia designs
- Advertising and promotional campaigns, presentations and brochures
- Book jackets and interior pages
- Packaging for software, music albums, CDs, cassettes and videotapes
- Products for resale in any quantity
- Trade show displays, billboards and exhibits
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Terms And Conditions Of Use
This is a legal agreement ("Agreement") between you
("Licensee") and one
or more of the following entities: ASE Research Corp. and its website ShutterPoint.com
(collectively hereinafter referred to as "website",
"site" or "we") and website's member whose digital
image you are purchasing (collectively hereinafter referred to as
"licensor(s)", "copyright holder", "owner" or
By downloading any digital images set to be used on the commercial basis from our website,
you agree to be bound by the terms of this agreement. If you do not agree, click on your
browser's Back button on the website to decline this agreement.
If you are entering into this agreement on behalf of your employer, the license
granted and restrictions and limitations recited herein apply to your employer
as well as to you as a representative of your employer. Should you cease working
for your employer, your employer may continue to operate under this agreement.
Grant Of License
There are low-resolution digital images that are freely displayed on this
website in its public sections (the "Low-Resolution Digital Media") and there
are high-resolution images (the "High-Resolution Digital Media") that are
displayed on (or can be downloaded from) this website only after the purchase has been made. In case
license is purchased on behalf of your employer, licensor(s) grants you and your employer right to
use the Digital Media.
Licensee may create a digital library, network configuration, or similar arrangement
to allow the Digital Media to be viewed by employees, partners and clients of
Licensee only. Licensee may not utilize the Digital Media in any manner that is
not expressly permitted in this license agreement. One copy of the Digital Media may
be made for backup purposes only,
but may be used only if the original Digital Media becomes defective, or is
destroyed or otherwise irretrievably lost. Except as specifically provided in
this license agreement, no Digital Media may be shared or copied.
The Low-Resolution Digital Media may be used in materials for
Non-Commercial, Non-Editorial use and Test or Sample use. The Low-Resolution
Digital Media may not be used in any final materials distributed inside of
your company or any materials distributed outside of your company or to
the public, including but not limited to, advertising and marketing materials
or any online, broadcast or other electronic distribution system
(except that you may transmit comps digitally or electronically to
your clients for their review) and may not be distributed,
sublicensed or made available for use or distribution separately or
individually and no rights may be granted to the
Low-Resolution Digital Media.
The High-Resolution Digital Media obtained with FULL COMMERCIAL-USE license may be used as a part of:
(A) Advertising and promotional materials (including packaging).
(B) Online or other electronic distribution systems (including web page design).
(C) Broadcasts or exhibitions.
(D) Any products (including for-sale products) or publications (electronic or print).
(E) Any other material allowed under the terms of Full Editorial Use License agreement
No High-Resolution Digital Media may be sublicensed, resold or otherwise made
available for use or distribution separately or detached from a product or
web page. For example, High-Resolution Digital Media may be used as an
integral part of a web page design, but may not be made available for
downloading separately or in a format designed or intended for permanent
storage or re-use by website users. Similarly, clients may be provided
with copies of High-Resolution Digital Media (including digital files) as
an integral part of work product, but may not be provided with
High-Resolution Digital Media or permitted to use
High-Resolution Digital Media separately.
Licensee has the right to have the Digital Media reproduced by subcontractors of
Licensee, provided that such subcontractors agree to abide by the restrictions of
Licensee may alter, crop, manipulate and create derivative works of the Digital Media.
Licensee's rights to the Digital Media are worldwide and perpetual.
Licensor reserves all rights not expressly granted to Licensee herein.
Licensee is allowed to include the Digital Media in any electronic
template or application, including those which are web-based, where the
purpose is to create multiple impressions of an electronic or printed product,
including but not limited to, website designs, presentation templates,
electronic greeting cards, business cards or any other electronic or printed
Images may not be used in any defamatory, libelous or otherwise unlawful manner whether directly or
in context or juxtaposition with specific subject matter.
Licensee may not sublicense or, sell any of its rights under this Agreement but
Licensee may sell or license derivative works incorporating the Digital Media in
accordance with the permitted uses. Licensee may not sell, license or distribute its work in such a way that
Licensee's customer can extract or access the Digital Media as a stand-alone file.
Digital Media shall not be incorporated into a logo, trademark or service mark.
Licensee may not post the Digital Media online in a downloadable format.
The Digital Media may not be used in any illegal manner.
Licensor(s) or website make no warranty, express or implied, including, without
limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose. Some states do not permit the exclusion of
implied warranties, and you may have other rights, which may vary from state
to state. Neither we nor licensors shall be liable to you or any other person or
entity for any general, special, direct, indirect, consequential,
incidental, or other damages arising out of this license or otherwise.
Licensee agrees to indemnify and hold Licensor and website harmless against all
claims arising out of any breach of this Agreement.
All rights to the Digital Media are owned by Licensor(s),
website does not own copyright to the
Digital Media and acts as agent or distributor of the Digital Media.
Licensor(s) are protected by United States copyright laws, international
treaty provisions and other applicable laws. Licensor(s) retain all rights not
expressly granted by this agreement. The Digital Media is licensed only to you
or your employer if you are licensing on behalf of your employer. However, this
license agreement and the license to use the Digital Media may be
transferred to another person or legal entity if the following
conditions are met: you, or your employer if you are licensing on
behalf of your employer, (a) transfer the Digital Media without keeping or
storing any copy, (b) do not to utilize the Digital Media in the future in
any manner, (c) transfer this physical agreement to the transferee; and (d)
the transferee agrees to be bound by the terms hereof. The
license contained in this license agreement will terminate automatically
without notice from Licensor(s) or this website if you or your employer if you
are licensing on behalf of your employer, fail to comply with any
provision of this license agreement. Upon termination, you, and your
employer if you are licensing on behalf of your employer, must
immediately (a) stop using the Digital Media, and (b) delete any Digital Media
and all copies of all of them from all magnetic media and destroy all
other copies. Use of the Digital Media must be in compliance with all
applicable law, including, but not limited to, laws and regulations
relating to currency and the law of moral rights.