When entering a photo licensing agreement, it’s essential to ensure that both parties understand the terms of the agreement. The “Permitted Use Under License” and “Restrictions and Limitations” sections help to outline what the Licensee can and can’t do with the image.
5. Permitted Use Under License
5.1 The Licensee may use the photograph(s) only for (state the specific purpose).
5.2 The Licensee may (insert here the word "not" if you don't want the Licensee to have those rights) modify, alter or create a derivative work of the photograph(s).
5.3 The Licensee may (insert here the word "not" if you don't want the Licensee to have those rights) resell, republish, redistribute or otherwise make the photograph(s) available to any third party.
6. Restrictions and Limitations
6.1 This agreement and its terms are non-negotiable.
6.2 The Licensor retains all rights not explicitly granted to the Licensee in this agreement.
6.3 This agreement constitutes the agreement between both Parties, and no additional terms or conditions shall be binding upon either Party unless agreed upon in writing by both Parties.
6.4 The Licensee may renew this agreement on a (state the basis) basis with written consent from the Licensor.
6.5 The Licensee agrees to not use the photograph(s) in any defamatory, libelous, or pornographic manner.
6.6 The Licensee shall not transfer the license to any other person or entity without the written consent of the Licensor.