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5 Important Things You Must-Have Before Starting A Photography Business
If you want to be a legal and legitimate business, here are 5 things you need to before you book that first client for your photography business.
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.
No, First Amendment Rights Don’t Extend To Filming Police, Says Federal Judge
It wasn’t too long ago the sentiment was, and a legal one at that, that filming Police was within the very right of each citizen. That, apparently constitutionally protected right, has been challenged and ruled against by a Federal Judge in Pennsylvania.
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.
Snapwire’s ‘Releases’ Is A Free Model & Property Release App Leaving No Excuse Not To Use Them
In today’s business climate, it’s always best practice to keep everything clear and signed for to save litigation and headache. This app will help you do that
‘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.
Shake App Creates Image/Model Release Forms On The Fly For Free
Shake has recently added a feature for creating legally binding agreements for photographers in their slick app. It’s free, and worth a look.
Copyright Infringement: How to Protect Yourself When You ‘Work for Hire’
‘Work For Hire’ is a term all photographers should understand the implications of. It can help you know where you stand regarding copyrights on your work and avoid legal trouble with clients.
FAA Anti-Commercial Drone Regulations Shot Down In Court, Drone Flyers Rejoice
For the last 6 years it has technically been a risky endeavor to use drones to capture photos or video for commercial purposes. If you did so, you risked hefty FAA fines and possible legal trouble as well. But that is no more.
The 5th Reason Photographers Should Stay Off the Tracks
Last week I agonized over writing my post, 4 Reasons You Shouldn’t Take Portraits on Railroad Tracks. I have to…