Once a project is photographed, we go to work to earn it recognition in publications. Our studio actively markets our photography through direct submissions to our extensive network of editors and publishers. We also respond to inquires from photo researchers and buyers browsing the Roger Wade Studio stock archives in search of the perfect image to fit their editorial needs. While a property release serves as written permission for us to pursue publication opportunities, we contact clients and homeowners each time a project is slated for a feature story and furnish contact information to the editor or writer so that everyone involved in the project has an opportunity to be interviewed for the story.
Usage fees to reproduce rights-managed photography are obtained through negotiations between photographer and publisher. Most all publications expect to pay licensing fees for the use of a photographer’s images. Such use promotes and adds value to their product, like a magazine, calendar or book, which in turn is sold to consumers in order to make a profit.
Whether your work graces the pages of an international publication like Architectural Digest or is showcased in a specialized regional magazine, targeted to a valuable niche audience, it’s an undeniable fact that editorial photography puts your product in front of thousands of eyes. Make sure the architectural or interior photographer you hire gives you more than just a CD of images. At Roger Wade Studio, we believe great photography means going above and beyond simply taking a picture. Our clients entrust us to deliver service and value for years to come.