I’m in the process of writing my dissertation on copyright for photographers and the future of it. One of the problems for photographers looking to make a living out of photography is knowing the rights they have in their photographs and knowing how to enforce it. Todd Owyoung’s┬áblog is on my top set of photography sites to visit not only to look at his incredible live photography but for his incredibly useful insights and it just so happens he has done a post on copyright. For photographers wanting to know there rights (in particular in the United States) I’d suggest giving it a read and joining in on the discussion. Once my dissertation is finished I plan to put a fairly in depth post on photographers copyright, so expect that at some point over the summer.

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  1. On March 1st, 2009 at 3:57 pm Joe Says:

    Very true my friend!
    Blogs are the most useful thing the web has ever had to offer in my opinion - it’s a huge resource to learn about whatever you’re trying to develop in.
    I’ve been reading the blog of these guys hell of a lot lately - learning alot of amazing web design tricks and techniques, some of which I’m going to implement on this here website for you as soon as I can.
    I’m just working on a website for a couple of London producers at the moment - they did all the old madness albums, and tonnes more! AWESOME!!!

  2. On March 2nd, 2009 at 7:42 am Tom Says:

    Thats awesome, the great thing with blogs is there can be really niche so you get loads of info on a specific area

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