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If doing commercial work, you purchase commercial licenses. Commercial licenses specifically allow reproduction of work with the font/typeface (otherwise the fonts would be useless to many). Most fonts I've seen who do not have a commercial and non-commercial license allow for all use. I don't think I've ever seen a font offered that has strict ...
I would imagine that you can't give away a font to a client unless you have purchased licenses for his or her machine. You could however embed the typeface in a PDF/share an artwork file with the outlines converted.
I am not a lawyer, and things may be different depending on where you live, but... Nobody has any right to claim reproduction rights on an animal. As long as the Zoo does not prohibit you from taking pictures, take all the pictures you like. Then upload them to microstock all you like as well. Vectorizing your own photos that you took at the zoo will never ...
Spiral is right, you have to read the licence in order to see how you can use the font for free. I'm also a logo designer and when I need a free font for some commercial work I like to use http://www.fontsquirrel.com/ - a great collection of free fonts that can be used for commercial purposes. Cheers!
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