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DISABLED_dacom says

Hi,

I read the license rules but something is not clear. I’m an author on graphic river, so i need some photos for presentation preview. I’m interested by regular license. So, can i use the same photo (bought on photodune) in multiple item projects preview ? (not include in the future buyer zip file). Only for multiple preview projects. Thanks you for your lights.

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OriginalEXE says

Yes, you can use the same image (from PhotoDune) that you bought under the regular licence in demo preview for multiple separated items, with only one purchase.

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DISABLED_dacom says

Did there is any possibility to propose a pack (a collaboration with a photographer), price will be higher, but designer + photographer = 2 peoples win there part of the job, but in one sale.

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OriginalEXE says

Did there is any possibility to propose a pack (a collaboration with a photographer), price will be higher, but designer + photographer = 2 peoples win there part of the job, but in one sale.

That much I don’t know, I would suggest contacting Envato support.

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DISABLED_dacom says

Other question : when you are an author, you can include a photo of a photodune photographer (in low definition with watermark, = image preview) in your preview file, WITHOUT LICENSE. See : http://photodune.net/licenses/faq#do-i-need-to-pay-to-use-my-own-items-within-the —> end of the page, authoring FAQ. So what is the best way for an author (i haven’t sale a lot and if i buy file more than i win, it’s not interesting for me…), buy file in HD or use low def preview watermarked for my preview ? Thank for your lights.

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OriginalEXE says

Other question : when you are an author, you can include a photo of a photodune photographer (in low definition with watermark, = image preview) in your preview file, WITHOUT LICENSE. See : http://photodune.net/licenses/faq#do-i-need-to-pay-to-use-my-own-items-within-the —> end of the page, authoring FAQ. So what is the best way for an author (i haven’t sale a lot and if i buy file more than i win, it’s not interesting for me…), buy file in HD or use low def preview watermarked for my preview ? Thank for your lights.
Preview image costs nothing but hd version looks more professional. It’s up to you to decide, what brings you more $$ at the end of the day.
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DISABLED_dacom says

ok, i will use preview to start, and if i sale enough a template i will buy the original HD photo (and it’s more cool for the photographer, and more professional for me).

Thank you. Questions finished for today. ;)

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