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Posted 07/16/19
At B&H’s Optic 2019, photojournalist and New York attorney Richard P. Liebowitz discusses the ownership of intellectual property, and he emphasizes that, as a photographer you need to iron out details—in writing—of who owns the copyright to your work before you sign a contract. If you’re a photographer interested in the best ways to protect your photos, this is a video you need to watch. Richard P. Liebowitz, Esq., is a New York attorney who focuses on intellectual property law related to copyrights at Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC. A 17-year member of the New York Press Photographers Association (NYPPA), he has produced award-winning photojournalism. Richard now helps his fellow NYPPA members and other artists around the world resolve intellectual-property infringements and protect their work, on a contingency basis. As a fellow photographer, he understands where artists are coming from and is passionate about helping the creative community.
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Posted 04/30/19
More than 85% of images uploaded to the Internet are used without permission or license, so image theft has become a problem that affects all photographers. In this informative talk, Kain Jones aims to offer useful advice and solutions that every photographer can use to protect their photos online. The workshop will cover all the dos and don’ts of posting your work online. Photographers learn about common and best practices for image protection, including advice on techniques such as using watermarks, digital signatures, and active monitoring. Jones also shares tips on how to make photo ownership and usage terms known, as well as considering what the future holds for online image protection.
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