Copyright Information

When visiting my Sites and Social Media you acknowledge this copyright declaration.

All photographs and non-attributed images that appear on:

  • http://SoulHunter.Photography
  • http://images.SoulHunter.Photography

are the exclusive property of David Mackie and are protected under Australian and international copyright laws.

No images are within the public domain.

Essentially this is a hobby for me but if you are going to use the works commercially I’d like to know, we can then talk about how they can be used.

Reproduction rights for images may be obtained via licensing.

Please contact David Mackie if you have any questions about copyright.

Creative Commons License
Soul Hunter Photography by David L Mackie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available by contacting David Mackie

Terms of Use


Facebook tagging, profile, profile cover usage and sharing within Facebook are all permitted, for your PERSONAL page.

Do NOT tag any commercial entities without prior written permission.

When using photos for your profile picture or cover image, you need to add a comment with a tagged (if possible) @ link back to the Soul Hunter Photography page. This enables covering the situation where you or Facebook have unintentionally cropped out the watermark if I choose to use them.

To tag, just comment on the photo (or add to the photo description) with the link or type @Soul Hunter – Photography if you are using Facebook on a platform that allows tagging (some mobiles apps don’t).


Re-use on Instagram permitted if no filters are applied and watermark retained, If I choose to use them. Please tag the photo with #SoulHunterPhotography and Tag me @DavidLMackie because I’m keen to seen who likes what I do enough to reshare.


Sometime images may feature a single person that feel that it doesn’t show them in the best light or other external reasons maybe in play. If the shot is majority of a single individual, then that person can request removal. If the image features multiple individuals in a similar or equal manner (ie. group photos), then a request to all individuals will need to be made before assessment of the image removal is determined. I don’t have an issue removing photos, but want to make sure that all parties are happy with removal.


You must receive written permission from the photographer for any use outside Facebook and Instagram or obtain a COMMERCIAL USE LICENCE for use for any commercial purposes. This includes profile use as part of sponsorships.


For contacting the photographer including any clarification on any of the above points please use the Message button on the Soul Hunter Photography page or email David@SoulHunter.Photography

Thank you for your understanding and enjoy the photos

Images Displayed from the Internet, Galleries or elsewhere will likely be used under Section 41, Copyright ACT 1968. If you disagree lets talk.