Terms and Conditions

1. Placing Orders

1.1. All prices on iBox Photography are in GB Pounds (£) Sterling and include postage and packaging.

1.2. By placing an order through this website you agree to these terms and conditions.

2. Order Processing & Delivery

2.1. When you place an order you will receive a confirmation e-mail from iBox Photography.

2.2. Orders are typically processed within 1 working day once payment has been received. Orders for prints are usually delivered within 3-5 days. Canvases, acrylics and other more specialist products are usually delivered within 14 days.

2.3. Orders for prints are delivered by Royal Mail and larger items such as posters, acrylics will be delivered by Parcelforce.

3. Right to Cancel and Refunds

3.1. Orders can be amended or cancelled and refunded at any time up until the order goes to print. Once the order has been sent to print the order can not be cancelled. To request an amendment or to cancel an order please contact us as soon as possible.

4. Copyright and Licensing

4.1. The Copyright of all the images on iBox Photography belongs to the photographer, Tim Jackson. Reproduction of the prints supplied is strictly forbidden without a prior licensing agreement.

4.2. Images are available for license and will be the subject of terms and conditions under a separate licence agreement.

4.3. Digital image files purchased from iBox Photography are royalty free, meaning they can be reproduced an infinite number of times in any medium or format without any further fees being incurred; image files must not be resold and cannot be transferred to third parties.

5. Liabilities and Damages

5.1 You shall indemnify and defend the photographer against all claims, liability, damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or related to (i) a breach of this Agreement, (ii) the use or modification of any image or combination of any image with any other material, (iii) your failure to abide by any restriction regarding the use of an image, or (iv) any claim by a third party related to the use of an image, alone or in combination with any other material. The photographer warrants ownership of the copyright for the image.