Jacobs Photography strives to provide stunningly beautiful imagery that will inspire you and bring back touching memories. In light of this, we believe that truly beautiful work deserves to be printed; mere computer screens cannot display the detail in the highlights nor the depth of the shadows that a premium photographic print can. This is why we include prints and albums in our collections; so that you can enjoy a beautiful piece of art that will last for generations. When you order a print through us, we will ensure that it meets our quality standards and is representative of our photo workmanship.
We also provide digital proofs to our clients via internet download or specified media device. Unless otherwise specified, these digital proofs will be medium resolution, sized for up to 5x7 printing and optimal for social media sharing. High resolution digital files are subject to a minimum investment.
The final post production and editing styles, effects, and overall look of the images are left to the discretion of the Jacobs Photography and may include, but are not limited to, exposure correction and consistent color processing, conversion to black and white, blemish removal and removal of distracting elements. Post processing may take up to three or four weeks. We will schedule a follow up proofing session at the time of your photography session; the online gallery will not be available until we have an in person proofing session. Requests for extensive retouching or rush processing may be granted but may be subject to additional fees.
The photographs produced by the Jacobs Photography (Robert and Erica Jacobs) are protected by Federal Copyright Law (all rights reserved) and may not be reproduced in any manner without the their explicitly written permission. If the client has received high or medium resolution digital proofs from the Jacobs Photography, upon final payment, limited copyright ownership of the resulting images will be transferred to the client. If the client has received digital proofs from Jacobs Photography, they grant the client permission to share the images on social networking websites, with family and friends, and on vendor websites as long as the images remain unaltered and textual credit is explicitly given to Jacobs Photography. The client must obtain written permission from Jacobs Photography prior to publishing or selling the photographs. A print release is available upon request.
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