Frequently Asked Questions
May I use your images on my blog or not-for-profit website?
Yes, you may use images from this site elsewhere online for non-commercial purposes provided 1) that they are not altered in any way, 2) that they are fully credited to Scott London, and 3) that they include a link to this site.
Please note: images may not be used on a company or for-profit website (including editorial sites with advertising) for any reason without permission.
May I use images from your website for educational purposes?
Yes, you may use images from this site in classroom presentations, students projects and reports, etc., provided 1) the photos are not altered and 2) they are fully credited to Scott London.
May I use your images in a printed book or magazine?
My work is available in high resolution for this purpose. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss. If you’re looking for specific types of images and can’t find them on this site, please get in touch. I may have what you’re looking for in my image archive.
May we license your photos for commercial usage?
Yes, some images are available for commercial use. Please contact email@example.com for more details.
How do I credit your photography?
Please credit all images as follows:
Photo by Scott London (www.scottlondon.com)
Do you sell prints of your photographs?
Sorry, I don’t offer prints of my photographs at this time.
Do you offer high-res downloads of your images for personal use?
I do not share high-resolution files of my work, sorry.
Can I hire you as a photographer?
Absolutely. I’m available for editorial assignments, documentary projects, events and productions, and commercial work. Please see the “Services” section of this site for more information, or feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss. Thanks for your interest.
Can I intern with you, assist you on a photoshoot, or watch you at work?
Thank you for your interest. I do need assistants from time to time, especially in Los Angeles and San Francisco. However, I’m not accepting any new interns or guests at this time.
Do you work with models?
Yes. I’m currently looking for models, both male and female, for ongoing fine art projects. I work on a TFP basis. Experience is not necessary, but you must be based in southern California or the Bay Area. Please contact email@example.com for more details.
Are you available for media interviews?
Yes, I’m happy to discuss my work or to address questions on topics I’ve written about or otherwise covered. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss details.
Do you accept invitations to give lectures and presentations?
Yes, I love to address groups and can speak on a variety of subjects. I’m available for public and private speaking engagements, workshops, campus visits, and educational presentations, as my schedule permits. For a list of topics or to discuss details, please contact email@example.com
Would you be interested in a sponsorship?
I don’t run ads on my site, but I’m happy to consider other sponsorship opportunities.
What kind of equipment do you use?
I’m a longtime Canon photographer. I have a pair of 5Ds, a 6D, and a 1N SLR that I still love to use. My favorite lenses are the 35mm f/1.4 L and the 85mm f/1.2 L, but like most photographers I rely heavily on zooms, especially for news and event photography (the 16-35mm f/2.8 L, the 24-70mm f/2.8 L II, and the 70-200mm f/2.8 L). For on-location shoots, I rely on Profoto lights, or, in less demanding situations, on a pair of trusty 600EX-RTs with a Speedlite transmitter. I like B+W filters, Induro tri- and monopods, Matthews stands, ThinkTank bags, and Joby SlingStraps. I don’t often shoot film anymore, but when I do, I like 400H, Superia 400 or Velvia 50, all made by Fuji, or Kodak Portra 400.