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Pricing schedule

All image requests are processed by the Copyright and Productions Services section. Where requested, inquiries will be provided with a quote. The Museum reserves the right to refuse to licence any image or to limit any use of any licensed image. Where possible, all image requests are processed within four weeks. If necessary, the Museum may require proof of copyright permission prior to providing an image.

All image requests are subject to a $25 administration fee. All prices are in Australian dollars and do not include GST.

Services

1. Research

First half hour Free
Each hour thereafter (or part thereof on a minute pro-rata basis) $150
Administration $25


2. Photography

No charge unless image is required within four weeks, in which case fees are charged at $150 per hour (not including GST).

Production

Duplication of transparency (please note the NMA does not lend transparencies)
35mm $17
60mm x 70mm
60mm x 60mm
$20
5 inch x 4 inch (120mm x 100mm) $45
Duplication of digital images
Electronic images, TIFF or JPEG. All images will be supplied at high resolution (normally 300dpi), other resolutions available on request. $35
Prints (b&w and colour)
A5 (15.7cm x 22.4cm) $30
A4 (22.4cm x 30.6cm) $30
A3 (42cm x 30cm) $40
CD - Where image is required to be supplied on CD. $10

Rush Fee

For existing image(s) only with a 3 day turnaround time is charged at three times the above cost.

Delivery

Postage (within Australia) $5
Postage (outside Australia) $9
Email or web delivery (no charge)

Usage / licence fees

Non-exclusive licence granted.

1. Print media

Books print run less than 10,000 (non-exclusive editorial rights)
size ¼ page ½ page Full page Cover
Australia only $25 $30 $40 $50
One country, one language $40 $50 $60 $80
Australia and New Zealand $55 $60 $80 $100
World rights (English) $80 $90 $110 $150
World rights (all languages) $90 $100 $120 $160
Books print run greater than 10,000 (non-exclusive editorial rights)
size ¼ page ½ page Full page Cover
Australia only $100 $110 $120 $150
One country, one language $110 $120 $150 $200
Australia and New Zealand $130 $150 $180 $220
World rights (English) $180 $200 $240 $300
World rights (all languages) $200 $230 $270 $350
Newspapers, periodicals and magazines (non-exclusive editorial rights)
Circulation no. 1+ 5000+ 20,000+ 50,000+
¼ page $20 $60 $80 $100
½ page $40 $80 $100 $110
Full page $85 $110 $120 $140
Cover $140 $180 $220 $260

2. Brochures, leaflets and reports (includes publication in CD-ROM format)
(non-exclusive editorial rights)

Circulation no. 1+ 5000+
Internal page $100 $150
Cover $150 $200

3. Digital/ electronic

CD-ROM Publications (non-exclusive editorial rights).
Re-use of image in the Manual = an additional 25 per cent of fee.
Use on the CD cover = please see merchandise section

Circulation no. <1000 1000+ 5000+ 20,000+ 50,000+
Australia only $40 $80 $90 $100 $120
One country, one language $50 $100 $120 $140 $180
Australia and New Zealand $60 $110 $150 $180 $200
World rights (English) $70 $140 $170 $200 $240
World rights (all languages) $80 $160 $200 $220 $280

4. Web usage (all images for web usage will be delivered at 72 dpi)

Licensing period Up to 3 months 3-6 months 6-12 months 1-2 years
Non-commercial $30 $40 $50 $80
Commercial $80 $110 $175 $200

5. eBook

The licence terms for eBook is one-off with world rights for a period of 3 years. The fee is $80 per image.

6. Merchandise

Merchandise includes calendars, diaries, greeting cards, postcards, postage stamps, telephone cards, produce packaging and labelling, CD, CD-ROM, cassette and album covers, place mats, posters and other decorative paper based merchandise, collectables (for example plates, mugs etc) and wallpaper / fabric design.

Licence for merchandise is negotiated on an individual basis but is generally 7-10 per cent of the recommended retail price acquitted for the whole production run at the time of signing the licence. For example, a mug that retails for $10 may pay $1 per mug. If the proposed production run is 500 then a payment of $500 is made on signing the licence.

7. Display/exhibition

Exhibition purposes entail inclusion of the image: in an exhibition as a graphic panel, in exhibition catalogues, in educational supplements, in audiovisual material on monitors and touchscreens in the exhibition, for promotional and review purposes of the exhibition and the requesting organisation (both electronic and printed media), and on the requesting organisation's website specifically for the promotion of the exhibition.

Permanent exhibition purposes $350
Temporary exhibition purposes $150

8. Broadcasting

Fees are the same for either standard or non-standard television and film, regional or network TV (non-standard TV includes cable and satellite).

Non-exclusive editorial broadcasting rights Unlimited use
For 6 months For up to 3 years
Australia only $70 $210
One country, one language $70 $210
Australia and New Zealand $100 $300
World rights $175 $525

9. Audiovisual (slides/overheads/films etc.)

Category Unlimited use for 2 years
In-house presentation (non-promotional) $80
In-house film/video (non-promotional) $140
Commercial presentation $140
Promotional film/video $310

Summary guide to calculating image costs

Fees Sub-total
Services
Research $150/hr $
Administration fee $25 $25
Photography $150/hr $
Production
Print (according to scales) $
Digital image $35 $
Duplication of transparency
35mm $17 $
60mm x 70mm $20 $
100mm x 125mm $45 $
CD (700mb disk) (branded CD) $10 $
Usage/licence fee
Fee (according to scales) $
Delivery
Postage (within Australia) $5 $
Postage (outside Australia) $9 $
Email or web no charge
TOTAL

NMA image fees discount and waiver policy

All fees are subject to negotiation and the NMA reserves the discretion to apply a discount or to waive a fee in relation to specific requests.

Organisations or individuals may request a discount or waiver of fees on the following basis:

Non-commercial use by:

  • an educational institution for educational purposes
  • cultural institutions for use in accordance with their founding legislation/mission statement
  • non-profit or community organisation for use in accordance with their mission statement and financial hardship
  • an individual experiencing hardship.

Non-commercial use is considered to be use that is undertaken on a not for profit basis and which will not return substantial revenue.