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Be specific:  "I am granting a one time use to --name --, to use  --image
name-- as a digital element on --spell out name of site-- for -- this
period of time-- "


 Personally I don't think you can ask her to put a low res version on.

Good luck

Liz


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 1:34 PM, Britt Griswold
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> I would like to ask a questions regarding copyright; I sold a watercolor
> painting and the person who bought it would like to use it on their website
> as a added graphic element. I'm not sure how to word permission for them
> use it only on the website and how to protect it and prevent other uses
> from happening. I'm also not sure how to ask them to keep it low resolution
> on the website so it cannot get reproduced off their website.
>
> Thanks so much for any advice on all this.
>
> All my best,
> Sharon
>
> *Sharon Birzer*|*Birzer Studios*
>
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