Concluding with trademarks and commercial work


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Concluding with trademarks and commercial work

Ben Long: So we've talked about my personal image, my house. What if I've got a car or motorcycle or just some object? Can someone just come up and take a picture of it and go off and do what they want? Caroline Wright: In general, yes. Again, we have to talk about what human rights are. So is there expectation of privacy? Does the car have an expectation of privacy? No. Does the car have a right of publicity? No. There are no violations. You might have a circumstance with trademark.

So there was, for example, there was this group who love Mustangs. Okay. I think they were, in particular, black Mustangs for some reason. Okay. But they were going to do a calendar where the group members would submit photographs of their Mustangs, maybe all "tricked out." (laughs) The Ford company hassled them and said, "No, you can't do that because it's a trademark violation." There was enough complaints about that that Ford backed off and the group got to use their own pictures for the calen...

Concluding with trademarks and commercial work
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Concluding with trademarks and commercial work provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Carolyn E. Wright and Ben Long as part of the Photography and the Law: Photographers' Rights and Releases

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