Images shown or referenced on this site are the property of UCLA Photography, a service of the Associated Students UCLA. Any use of the images, including their modification, reproduction, distribution or republication, without the prior written permission of UCLA Photography, is strictly prohibited.
We can work two ways with our UCLA clients: on assignment, or from stock.
If you need an image of a campus location, building or event, you may:
- pay to have a high resolution scan made of this image and delivered to you via e-mail, on zip disk, or CD-ROM
- pay to have a copy of the image made into a slide
- pay to have a print made of the image
- borrow the original slide from our archives (Note: negatives cannot be separated from our archives)
- order online at: www.printroom.com/pro/uclaphoto
For editorial use (CD, presentation, website, publication, etc.) and commercial use (brochure, ad, trade show display, etc.) usage fees apply. Identifiable images of UCLA may not be used for commericial products, whether those products are sold or given away, without obtaining the prior approval of UCLA Trademarks & Licensing. Trademarks & Licensing decides if royalties will be assessed or waived.
If you are building an image library, or if you would like unlimited use of images, it is best to hire a photographer to shoot specifically for you. This is essentially a "work for hire" arrangement which entails the payment of an hourly rate, film and processing costs. Negatives from your event will be stored in the UCLA Photography archive, and prints, proofs, slides and scans may be generated at any time. Prints, extra proofs and scans are additional costs, however usage fees do not apply. Identifiable images of UCLA may not be used for commercial products, whether those products are sold or given away, without obtaining the prior approval of UCLA Trademarks & Licensing. Trademarks & Licensing decides if royalties will be assessed or waived.
Non-UCLA clients may use UCLA Photography as well, especially to record events on campus. All campus, University of California, and state restrictions on the commercial use of the UCLA name, images, and trademarks apply.