Hello If the photo is being used as part of your identity packaged then it’s fine to use it across different mediums. From our License FAQ:
The photo license allows use in multiple end products but is still restricted to a single client. If you’re a freelancer, you’ll need one license per client using the photo.
Example: You can use a photo for one client’s website, business cards, and flyers. You would not use a photo for two different websites for two different clients.
Hope that helps!
FinalDestiny saidBut…but, I thought Envato handled “the rest”. Or does invoicing now fall under “doing the creative” now?
As for invoicing, from what Envato’s saying, yes, we’ll pretty much need to invoice everything ourselves.
A little bit of misinformation I’d be happy to clear up I encourage everyone to re-read the announcement on the Market Blog. In particular:
We’ll be managing the EU VAT compliance (i.e. collection, record keeping, invoicing, remittance, and so on) for sales made to non-business buyers through Envato Market. Although Envato Market operates as a platform, purely for VAT purposes Envato will be the supplier on record and we’ll be working with our EU team and EU authorities to ensure anything authors are required to do is minimal.
Hello Our License FAQ has some good info on using items. In particular:
Can I purchase an item to use as a small element within a larger project that I plan to sell as stock or a template? For example, could I purchase a button graphic for a theme I plan to sell?
Use of items in larger stock projects is not allowed under the default regular or extended licenses, but there are exceptions.
Exception 1: When you purchase an extended license and get written permission from the author. Keep a copy of the email giving you permission.
Hope that helps!