GunsHolstersAndGear.com Provides Free Photography for Online Media, Bloggers

ghg-logoTampa, FL (Ammoland.com) – GunsHolstersAndGear.com announced a free limited license of its photography at the 2017 SHOT Show for online use.

In this unprecedented move, all website owners, bloggers and social media personalities are granted a limited license to use the original photography provided by GunsHolstersAndGear.com in their own reporting on the SHOT Show and new guns being shown.

GunsHolstersandGear.com Photo Library
GunsHolstersandGear.com Photo Library

“While the online gun community has grown by leaps and bounds, the reality is very few publishers can commit the time and money to attend the SHOT Show,” said Richard Johnson, the publisher of GunsHolstersAndGear.com. “I’ve been fortunate enough to attend and represent the online media starting at the SHOT Show in 2009. I’m sharing my work with others, and hopefully will inspire a greater degree of cooperation within the online gun community.”

Details:

The images free for use under this limited license are located on the company’s SHOT Show 2017 page and shown in the “Photo Gallery” section. Anyone may download one of these original photos and use them online subject to the following restrictions:

  • online use only
  • may not be redistributed or used for offline purposes
  • cannot be used to disparage the gun industry, an exhibitor, any person, the National Shooting Sports Foundation or GunsHolstersAndGear.com
  • must credit GunsHolstersAndGear.com for the use of the image

For use of the images in print or traditional broadcast, contact Richard Johnson via e-mail: [email protected].

The photo gallery will be updated regularly throughout the Industry Day at the Range and SHOT Show.

About GunsHolstersAndGear.com:

GunsHolstersAndGear.com is a news and reviews site covering the shooting and related industries. In addition to its in-depth reviews, the site is known for delivering excellent coverage of the annual SHOT Show.

 

 

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