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Licensing Images for Reproduction

The Klemantaski Collection provides its copyrighted images to authors, publishers and advertisers for inclusion in magazines, books, television programs, films and videos. We have the ability to send low resolution scans via email or fax so that the customer may make a final selection for reproduction.

Examples of our photographs have appeared in Auto Focus (Germany),Automobilia (Italy), AUTOMOBILE Magazine, Automobiles Classiques (France), l'Automobile (France), Automobile Year (Switzerland), Auto Passion (France), Auto- Revue (Austria), Autosport (U.K.), Autoweek, Car (U.K.), Car & Driver, Car Graphic (Japan), Cavallino, Classic & Sportscars (U.K.), Classic Cars (U.K.), Classic Car Weekly (U.K.), European Car, Ferrari World (Italy), F.1 Racing (U.K.), Forza, GPXpress (Japan), Motor Sport (U.K.), Not Only Sport (Australia), Quattroruote (Italy), Road & Track, Rosso Ferrari, Ruoteclassiche (Italy), Sport Auto (France), Sports Car International, SuperCG (Japan), The Daily Telegraph (U.K.), Thoroughbred & Classic Cars (U.K.), Top Gear (U.K.), Vintage Motorsport , Vintage Racecar , AM (the magazine of The Aston Martin Owners Club), Prancing Horse (the magazine of The Ferrari Club of America), and The 300 Star Letter (the magazine of the Gull Wing Group), as well as in numerous motoring books.

In addition, The Klemantaski Collection has partnered with publishers to create a number of books based on its archive: Klemantaski & Ferrari , Klemantaski & Aston Martin , The Eye of Klemantaski , Salute to Ferrari , The Golden Age and Peter Coltrin: Racing in Color 1954-1959 and has supplied extensive material forKlemantaski Himself (the autobiography of Louis Klemantaski), Formula One Through the Lens (by Nigel Snowdon), FERRARI - Fifty Years on the Track; FERRARI - 166MM to F50GT - The Racing Berlinettas (by John Starkey et al), A French Kiss with Death - The Making of Le Mans (by Michael Keyser and Jonathan Williams), The Cruel Sport (by Robert Daley),The Pampas Bull, A Passion for Speed (by David Abecassis) and Poetry in Motion (by Tony Brooks).

Copyright Requirements, Supply of Images and Payment Terms

In general, we supply large selections of high resolution images for books as retouched scans on CD or DVD in the appropriate resolution and image size for the customer's use. Alternatively, we can supply high resolution images for magazines, books, advertising or other use in limited quantities for secure download from our server. We require that the customer execute a simple one-time copyright acknowledgment and return or destroy all image media and electronic files after use without retaining copies.

We issue an invoice at the time that we deliver the final scans for reproduction and expect payment within 30 days thereafter. While certain publishers have usually delayed their payment until the date of publication, we request that our publishing customers do not request final scans until they are actually required and then pay within 30 days of delivery. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. Photo credit must always be provided to The Klemantaski Collection with any use of our images.

For commercial use prices, please refer to our Commercial Use Price List which is available in the Downloads section of this website.


Juan Manuel Fangio at Monaco, 1956
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