A male indigo bunting. I originally believed that it was a bluebird, and then someone pointed out its portly stature and vivid feathers. This is one of the most beautiful birds that I’ve seen shooting bird photography in Tennessee. The digital photo that is delivered is actually quite a bit sharper but due to file limitations you can only see the website version or the site becomes too slow to show up in search engines.
Beautiful indigo bunting. Taken while hiking in Marcella Vivrette Smith Park, Brentwood TN . Format:JPEG 7996 × 5332 pixels. 2 similar photos available of this Indigo bunting.
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Image © Jeremy Osgood Photography
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Purchasing this image provides the purchaser with a license to use for creative, business, media, book covers, personal wall art, and many other uses. Everything except distribution or resale as only the copyright holder of the image can do that. 25% of each purchase goes to nature conservation.
A link to your JPEG digital download file is included on your receipt, automatically sent upon payment.
Yes, a single user license, for the named purchaser/company, is included to use the image for creative projects, business use, personal wall art, book covers, social media, advertising, digital and print media…etc. You just can’t give away or resell the image as your own or commercially produce wall art from it for purpose of resale. The copyright and right to distribute the image is held exclusively by the photographer ©Jeremy Osgood.
90% of the images on Photos4nature were originally shot in RAW format to preserve as much detail for the editing process as possible. Please send me any specific requests and I will give you a quote and availability for other file formats. Jeremy@photos4nature.com
No it’s just a flat fee for every image. No subscriptions with different tiers or licensing rules, and especially no to extended coverage for added insurance against copyright infringement that other major sites use to collect more fees. I offer a straightforward process, at extremely affordable prices, so I can share my work and devote more time to doing what I love.
Once you pay the $10 fee you will receive a link to download the JPEG image product. This JPEG image file can then be used to order from any photo print lab in the world. I personally use Bay Photo, Millers/MPIX, depending on my needs, but you can use your local chain store or anywhere that meets your budget. The files provided are extremely high resolution and create incredible wall art. Just wait for a great sale at your favorite lab and you’re on your way to some incredible home decor at an incredible price.
No. Once a digital download is sent out into the universe it cannot be returned for a refund. Each of these photographs were taken at great expense in equipment and time. There are some images that have taken weeks and even years before the right shot comes along. Please make sure you look the file over carefully before purchase. With that being said, if you are having difficulty with a file or find something out of the ordinary, I’ll do everything possible to make it right.
Yes, if you want the exclusive right to an image that has not been licensed to anyone else, I can provide you a quote. Please contact me with details: Jeremy@photos4nature.com