By Carolyn E. Wright | Tuesday, December 16, 2014
The digital world has given photographers many advantages and disadvantages.
The pros: We don’t have to change film after 36 exposures or use harmful chemicals to process prints, and we can show our photos more easily via the Internet.
The cons: It’s much easier for others to copy our images—and they do. In droves. It’s not just the amateur blogger who’s using our photos without permission. Even renowned companies copy photographs to enhance their web pages or to make money directly.
So what can you do about it? You could never share your photos with anyone—but that defeats many photographers’ goals.
Here’s advice on what to do if you have photos stolen and reused without your permission.
By Carolyn E. Wright | Monday, July 21, 2014
Friends are asking you to take their family photos. Strangers are inquiring about copies of your images. You’re thinking about trying to make some money from your photography.
But what do you need to get started? Here’s a checklist for getting started with your photography business.
By Carolyn E. Wright | Tuesday, July 8, 2014
It’s easier than ever for someone to steal your photographs in this digital age. So it’s wise to consider your copyright options.
By law, the copyrights for your photographs are created when you click the shutter. Even if the photograph is never registered, the copyright exists and is protected by copyright law.
But the best way to protect your photographs is to register them with the US Copyright Office. Here’s how.
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