Golden tip: ensure clarity about Telemarketing List copyright in advance Prevention is always better than cure. Make sure you have clear in advance what the company photographer gives you permission for Telemarketing List in the license. Then you won't be surprised afterwards that you have a collection of beautiful images in the cloud, which you can't use as you had in mind. As a business photographer, for example, I use the standard license that the use of the image is Telemarketing List for an indefinite period and only within the Benelux.
Optional: provide a quit claim Do you Telemarketing List want to define even better what you can and cannot use the photos for? Then you can do that in a quitclaim . This is an agreement between the people in the Telemarketing List photos (your employees and maybe customers) and the photographer, who then transfers the quitclaim to you. With a quitclaim you ask the person in the Telemarketing List photo for permission to use a photo for a certain time in a specific context.
This of course has drawbacks: it is a Telemarketing List hassle and you limit yourself in use. But it also has advantages: it sends a pleasant signal to your employees and if there are questions or comments afterwards, you Telemarketing List can fall back on the quitclaim together. Very handy! You have had a report made by a company photographer and you have paid for it properly. That means you now own the photos, right? This may sound logical, but the legal reality is slightly Telemarketing List different. Of course you can use the photos on your website and in print. But because you didn't take the photos yourself, the photographer is the 'author' and therefore has the copyright.