Exeter and East Devon Based Professional Photographer – Thru A Lupe Photographic – BIPP Accredited…

Licences and Usages

Photographic licences, copyright and Interlectual Property is an absolute minefield these days. Thru A Lupe Photographic Services offers a choice of 2 simple licences.
The first is a Rights Managed Licence which is my standard working practice licence in which I retain Copyright and Interlectual Property of all photographic work completed and release the work to the client to use as and how they require.
The second licence is an Assigned Copyright Licence in which I agree to sign over all Copyright and Interlectual Property to all photographic work completed. There is an extra charge for this agreement and it has to be signed by both myself and the client before work of this nature can proceed.

Information about licences that go with the work I do can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking on the licences below:

Service Standards

Very important in this day and age , I believe! Most companies have a Service Standards Policy (it may also be called a Service Level Agreement) and if they don’t… they should!
It basically states what you can expect from a company or business (incl quality, scope and time frames etc) should you employ their services.
If you employ my services, information about what you can expect from me as Thru A Lupe Photographic Services, but also what you can expect from me as an Associate member of the British Institute of Professional Photography.

Information about my Service Standards can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking on the link below:

Bookings, Charges and Payments

Exactly what it says on the tin! Information on how to book, what it will cost and how to pay afterwards can be downloaded as a PDF below.

The British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP)

Okay, so I have letters after my name?!? What exactly does that mean and what is this BIPP anyway?!?

The BIPP is an internationally recognised qualifying organisation with over 100 years of experience in supporting and networking photographers. The core aims of the BIPP are to train, qualify and support professional photographers. Another of the key areas of their work is representation, we represent professional photography to government and industry.

There are 5 levels of membership within the BIPP – Fellowship, Associateship, Licentiateship, Student and Friend.
The first 3 levels are qualifications aimed at Professional Photographers, each reflecting increasing levels of experience, skill and achievement; Fellowship being the highest, Licentiateship being the lowest. I currently hold Associateship, but I am planning on submitting for Fellowship in the very near future.

To find out more about the BIPP go to
View my BIPP profile page here

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