General agreement

THIRD PARTY USAGE RIGHTS
A provider (e.g. advertising agency) to third party customers (end users) is allowed to buy credit lots which can be used for several different customers. Observe that the right to one specific picture can only be transferred to one specific end user (third party).

EXTENDED USE
Users wishing to use images for any purposes other than those expressly set out in the agreement need permission from Human Spectra.

REPRODUCTION
All images must be reproduced with the utmost consideration to the presentation of the original. Any form of image modification or transmission to another system is prohibited without the prior permission of the Photographer.

NAMING THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND STOCK LIBRARY
The name of the Photographer and Human Spectra must be given when using an image. For example: “Photography by Fredrik Broman, Human Spectra”

PRICES AND TERMS OF PAYMENT
VAT at 25% will be added to the prices stated for customers regulated by the Swedish law of VAT. The time of payment and interest on overdue payment is due in accordance with the Interest Act (1975:635). The customer is always liable for payment regardless of whether the image has been used.

PROHIBITTED REPRODUCTION OF IMAGES
1. Use the content in design template applications intended for resale, whether on-line or not, including, without limitation, website templates, Flash templates, business card templates, electronic greeting card templates, and brochure design templates.

2. Incorporate the content in any product that results in a re-distribution or re-use of the content (such as electronic greeting card websites, web templates and the like) or is otherwise made available in a manner such that a person can extract or access or reproduce the content as an electronic file.

3. Use the content in any posters (printed on paper, canvas or any other media) or other items for resale, licence or other distribution for profit. Contact us for quote and custom agreement.

4. Use or display the content on websites or other venues designed to induce or involve the sale, licence or other distribution of “on demand” products, including postcards, mugs, T-shirts, posters and other items. Contact us for qoute and custom agreement.

5. Use or display the Content in an electronic format that enables it to be downloaded or distributed via mobile devices or shared in any peer-to-peer or similar file sharing arrangement.If you like to reproduce images from Human Spectra Image stock, please contact us at sales@humanspectra.com
 
Use of an Image together with pornographic, defamatory, or otherwise unlawful or immoral content or in such a manner that it infringes upon any third party’s trademark or intellectual property is to be considered as prohibited use.

When using, changing or processing an image without permission, the compensation payable is equal to triple the current price of the copy image.

COPYRIGHT
All images published by Human Spectra and their affiliated photographers on their websites/image archives are to be considered photographic products in accordance with Copyright Law.

A photographic product is distinguished by a level of creativity and originality, as well as a distinctive character, and is protected by Copyright Law for 70 years after the death of the originator. Two types of copyright exist for photographic products:

1. Financial copyright– no one but the photographer is entitled to duplicate the product for financial gain, i.e. reproduce new copies of the images for publication.

2. Moral rights – naming of the photographer is always required. Moral rights include public rights of respect, meaning that a product may not be used in a manner that would be prejudicial to the honor or reputation of the originator. Moral rights also give protection against modification. Customers/end users may not modify or retouch an image without permission.

MODEL/PROPERTY RELEASE
If an image is labeled “No Release” it is the user’s full responsibility not to use the image in a commercial context where a person/building/construction in the image can be directly identified. For further information please contact Human Spectra.