You’re welcome to use my reference photos in commercial projects or personal projects you intend to monetise. No need for additional licenses.
However, redistribution of my images (that is: in any way sharing, selling or repacking my images, even the free ones) is not permitted.
If in doubt, ask! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if your usuage is not included under the standard licence, I'm happy to draw up a licence with you. I have worked with schools, independent artists and online content creators to accommodate their needs, so don't be shy!
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I’m afraid not. The reason I make reference packs the way I do is because it’s expensive to work with a model (consider all the professional equipment, the model and photographer’s time, the time taken to edit, the props and costumes, and that’s just for a basic shoot…). By making packs available to the public, I can charge much less per person and I can use the continued sales over time to fund free resources and more ambitious projects. I’d have to charge far more than I am comfortable with to take bespoke reference commissions, so I simply don’t.
Feel free to make suggestions/requests though- while I make no promises, there’s a chance I’ll see and like your idea enough to make it happen!