Asked by Jennifer Chory — 12 Apr 2011 Answered
I want to get my work copyrighted but have no idea where to start or how to go about doing so..
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Darlene Bouchard said:
This website might be a good start for you. There's a lot of great info regarding copyright, but if you scroll down on the right you'll see *Important Articles* with some links to items they have posted in the past that I think will be helpful
3 years, 3 months ago
Brian Ach said:
Your work is copyrighted when you create it. However you can send a copy of it (on DVD etc.) to the Library of Congress and copyright it that way.
Kim Aldis said:
As Brian says, your work is copyrighted by default. Your concern should be about being able to prove that in the event of a dispute. If you work in analogue, the neg or transparency should be enough. If you're working digitally if anyone's stolen your work it will most likely be from a lower res source, so keep the hires with full metadata. Good reason for shooting DNG and 16 bit.
3 years, 1 month ago
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