All images on this website are protected by copyright laws for Andrew Stevens Photography 2005-2015 inclusive. Prints may be purchased for personal display or usage only; for any other use, written permission must be obtained from Andrew Stevens.
If you are interested in using any of my images for commercial purposes, please click here to contact me direct. Alternatively, images can be purchased via Alamy. Just click the logo below.
Unfortunately, after a recent experience of a printing company lifting images from this website to use for their own commercial purposes, I am forced to add this paragraph. I've been trying to keep this site as friendly as possible (and 99.99999999% of visitors appear to be friendly!) so I hope you understand my inclusion of the paragraph below.
I am more than happy to make arrangements with companies for the commercial use of my images; I wouldn't have them on the stock library Alamy if I wasn't happy for them to be used. However, I must protect my copyright, so any company, organisation or person found to be using my images for commercial purposes, without either making an agreement directly with Andrew Stevens Photography, or purchasing the image from Alamy with the appropriate rights, will receive an invoice from Andrew Stevens Photography for the appropriate amount. The Alamy price calculator will be used for all non-authorised image usage invoices. Failure to comply, or refusal to pay the invoice, will result in legal action. Please note, Google Analytics is in use on this website. This has so far been as a point of interest for me to see how many people from which country look at which images. However, this could be used to gauge the length of time a company has had the image. For example, should I discover a company in Liverpool using an image, I simply log in to Google Analytics and check when they were browsing. I will then assume this is the 'start date' of them using the image which will then be used to calculate the invoice amount.
If you're just browsing the site and admiring the image then the Google Analytics put a smile on my face!
Thank you for understanding.