Photo Permission

Permission to use photos from Ferrell’s Travel Blog.

The photos we publish may be used by teachers and ministers in various types of educational presentations, including PowerPoint and handouts, as long as credit is given for the source of the photo. This applies only to those photos by Ferrell Jenkins. We do not have the right to grant permission for the use of photos credited to others.

For publishers and those who wish to use a photo in a product for sale, and who need a high resolution image, we have a reasonable price scale depending on the specific use.

Our photos are available for licensing through BiblePlaces.com. For information, please email permissions29@bibleplaces.com and include details about how you propose to use the photo(s). We have thousands of other images not posted on this blog. Please inquire if you think we might be able to meet your specific need.

13 responses to “Photo Permission

  1. Can I use the photo of the soldiers in formation for my school assignment? It’s the best photo so far that I have found.
    Esther, WRSHS

  2. Mr Ferrell – I’m interested in obtaining permission to use the coin hoard photo in my book. How do I go about obtaining said permission?

  3. Hi
    I’d like very much to use the photo of the rolling stone tomb for a series of Bible studies called ‘The Big Journey’ published as a set of secured PDFs in full colour at http://creationtonewcreation.com. My church background is evangelical Protestant. This is non-commercial usage. May I use this excellent photo?

  4. Hi, Can I use the photo “Roman Centurion at Jerash with two different swords. Photo by Ferrell Jenkins.” for a powerpoint on the Armor of God for a weekend service.

  5. Mr. Ferrell – I’m requesting permission to use your photo of the Herodian oil Lamp. I’m putting on a Women’s seminar themed “Fill Your Lamp” based on the story of the five wise and five foolish virgins of Mathew 25. If permission is granted it will also be used for a short time on the announcement page of our website. This is non profit, for our church women. ucgazww@hotmail.com

  6. Do you have high-resolution versions available of the images on your site? I am gathering images for a study Bible, to be released in 2013.

  7. Hi Barbara Dick
    working on the same project (Study Bible) in Germany it would be nice to have a contact with you.
    Alexander Schick
    Schick.Sylt@gmx.de

  8. Hi
    Thank you for this clarification. I am planning now to use the image you entitle ‘An empty Roman period tomb with a rolling stone’ on your blog in part 16 of my series of Bible Studies entitled ‘The Big Journey’. This series for non-commercial Christian educational purposes only. The specific document (entitled ‘All Things New!’) will be formatted as a PDF document (secured to inhibit copying of images or text from the document), and downloadable from creationtonewcreation.com/. I try to follow good practice for attributing images. Thus I will give a brief attribution under your image itself; and in the Credits at the end of the document I will provide full attribution with a linkthrough to the place on your website where this picture is published. If you’re not happy for me to use your image, please let me know. With kind regards, Rob Betts.

  9. Mr Ferrell Jenkins,
    I really like to use your photo of Horatio Spafford’s gravesite at Zion Cemetery, Jerusalem. It’s for my non-profit hymn-series on my Dutch weblog. (using the source in picture).
    Hoping the get your green light! -
    Kind Regards, -Hans, the Netherlands.

  10. That is a proper use of the photo. Thank you for using it.

  11. Mr Jenkins, I apologise in advance if I should have made this request to Bibleplaces.com. Can your photos be used on blogs? It’s not entirely clear to me from what you’ve said here. Should this request go to Bibleplaces.com? Your response to Johannes makes me think that’s not necessary.

    I’d like to use your photo of Jehoiachin’s / Jeconiah’s ration tablet (perhaps not your most requested item!) on my blog. I would of course cite (and link) the source, though I am not a famous blogger, so perhaps my link won’t bring you much traffic. :) I am doing a short series on the genealogies of Christ, and since Jeconiah makes an appearance there, I thought my readers might find these tablets interesting.

    If you prefer, feel free to respond by email and delete this comment. Every blessing, and thank you for an interesting blog. As the spammers like to say, I’ve subscribed to your RSS feed. Except I’m telling the truth. :)

  12. Jon, Feel free to use the photo on your blog. I think use on a blog falls within the category of educational, non-profit, use. A credit line is always appreciated.

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