Posts Tagged ‘copyright’

The Most Valuable Thing I Own As A Professional Photographer

Although I own equipment that allows me to do my job as a photographer the most valuable thing that I own by far is


Business Of Photography – Pro-crastination


The Worth of Your Work, aka “Content”, In The Digital Age.

The hypocrisy and greed of these corporations is astounding.


Unoriginal And Lazy


Don’t Let’em Grab Your Copyright


The Amateurs Are Ruining This Business

A classic rant by the prolific and award winning writer, Harlan Ellison. Not for those easily offended by coarse language. Replace the word “writer” with “photographer”. I wish more photographers had his attitude.


Over 12 Million Reasons To Register Your Copyright !

A recent court decision was only possible because the photographer was smart enough to register her work.

If you are already registering your work then good for you!

If you are not registering your work, you should start doing so on a regular basis immediately.


Copyright Basics

As I tell students in my business of photography classes; in the business of photography if you don’t have your copyright, you’ve got nothing.


Don’t Give Your Good Work To Bad Photography Contests


Copyright Infringer Caught Red-handed


Call For Artists Submissions


Martin Luther King, Jr.Understood The Value Of Registering The Copyright To His Work


Culture And The Internet


Business Of Photography – The Vendor Client relationship – in real world situations

You know the sad thing is that, at least in photography, there are plenty of photographers who cave in to this crap.


Copyright As Collateral

At the risk of being repetitive, especially with respect to the students I work with in my business of photography classes, as a photographer your copyright is your most valuable asset; register it and keep it.


New York Times Writer Decorates Her Apartment With Pictures From Flickr. Thinks “I’m in the clear”.


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