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Copyright Infringement Problem Plagues Our Community | Advice On How To Deal
An SLRL reader found out her work was being used commercially without her consent and asked what she could do. My response was bleak, but there are things you can do.
ImageRights Allows You To Easily Register Copyright For Your Images From Lightroom
You should be somewhat versed in the nuances of legal copyright to protect you and your work, but ImageRights takes the work out of it for you.
Copyright For Photographers | What You Should Know to Protect Yourself
In this following conversation, copyright expert Joe Naylor from ImageRights, photographers Rob Grimm and Peter Coulson, and RGG EDU director Gary Martin, discuss copyright; from protecting your work, registering your copyright, what to do if you find your image infringed upon and much more.
Photographic Freedom Under Siege In Europe? | How To Help & Why You Should
The freedom of panorama which lets you lets you legally photograph public areas and buildings is under threat in Europe. We should all want this squashed and here are the details.
‘I Agree To The Terms Of Service’ Is As Useless As The ‘G’ In Lasagna
‘Terms Of Service Didn’t Read’ is a site that lists the services we use all the time and just agree to their terms of services. They take those terms and break them down into key points and easy to understand morsels. Worth bookmarking.
Instagram Updates/Clarifies Guidelines On Nudity & Copyright
Instagram issues some clarification. So how do you feel about bare bottoms, bosoms, and breastfeeding?
There is a War Waging: Image Owners Vs. Content Users
There is a war waging. It has been an ongoing battle, one we probably all have been a part of. Image owners against Content users. There now is a solution to the ever growing battle, and you could be a part of it.