Vermut’s productions main goal is to produce imagery to be licensed in a stock library.
 
Which will be the use of the images? and who will license the images?
 
All imagery produced by Vermut will be licensed by Getty images and/or it’s subsidiaries (i.e. istock). All Vermut’s members are exclusive contributors at Getty which guaranties that the material produced will be only commercialised by an agency of well known prestige.
 
What are stock images?
They are images of events, objects and/or people that are bought on a royalty-free basis and can be used and reused for commercial design purposes. The photographer (or stock photography distributor) has ownership to the images, and the commercial designer has some limited usage of the photo (which is set out in the Terms of Service by the company you purchase the stock photos from).
“Stock images are previously captured with a licence to be used in publicity o promotional campaigns to illustrate objects, concepts or specific ideas.”
Clients acquire the licence and can use the images with COMERCIAL AND EDITORIAL PURPOSES, the client acquires UNLIMITED RIGHTS OVER THE IMAGES IN TIME, BUT IT USES CAN NOT BE DEFAMATORY OR PEJORATIVE FOR THE MODELS.
 
Examples of how images can the content be used include: web sites, blog publications, social media, advertisement, marketing campaigns, newspapers, magazines, books, film and tv  productions, web applications, packaging.
 
iStock terms of use here.
 
All images must have a model release that grants the rights to the photographer.
 
The retributions for models is only one and included in the fee agreed for the shoot day.
 
You can see the model release here.
Learn more about getty images and istock here
 
1: examples of some of our licensed images here. (Gallery)
2: recent work here (Gallery)