ABOUT Jenn Grover
Landscape and Nature Photographer
In Jenn’s early 20’s, her vision for the beauty in nature began a slow transformation when she attended the “American Grandeur” exhibit at the Knoxville Museum of Art. She had never noticed the way light enhanced nature before, particularly landscapes. Never having visited the American West before, She envisioned it to be a dry, barren wasteland, devoid of anything beautiful. This all changed when she began annual pilgrimages to the West, retracing the steps of greats like Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, and Ansel Adams, captivated as they all were by the beauty of the light as it dances across the landscape, creating a different masterpiece each day and night.
In 2017, Jenn began exploring aerial photography and video via unmanned UAV (drone) photography and obtained my FAA Part 107 license. I am looking forward to developing portfolio of aerial imagery.
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Image and Video Use
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Thanks! I appreciate your interest!
I believe that most people prefer to do the right thing when it comes to using other people’s images and videos but often are derailed by not knowing about or by being intimidated by the process. I am humbled that you are interested in using my image and appreciative that you have taken the time to learn about the terms and conditions for usage.
How do I use your image or video?
I have had various types of request for usage, in the past. As long as you ask, I believe it is likely that we can work something out. If you want to purchase a print product that is not in my web store, again, just ask. I work with a professional lab that offers a variety of products and sizes not available in my web store.
What not to do.
Not only is using my image without permission not cool, it is illegal. The legal terminology is copyright infringement, but in essence, it is theft – it is like shoplifting. If you use my images without permission or in a manner , you force me into the awkward position of having to pursue legal action. It is not difficult for photographers to win copyright infringement cases these days, but I prefer not to have to pursue compensation in that manner. It is a lose-lose situation for all of us.
That’s it! I look forward to hearing from you and learning about how you would like to use my image.
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