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If you're a professional photographer, or aspiring to be one, you have to know the law. Nancy E. Wolff's book, The Professional Photographer's Legal Handbook from Allworth Press navigates you through the post 9/11 world and the laws that inhabit it. Since 9/11 the rules regarding photography and photographer's rights have changed considerably. And while life shooting on the street presents one set of rules, the laws regarding copyright, publishing, licensing, and fair use are just as dizzying. Be on top of all the fine print and keep yourself out of trouble, while keeping your work protected, with this informative and necessary book.
Part ICopyright Law
Copyright Law for the Photo Professional
The Keys to the Courthouse: Registering the Work
Rights Under Copyright Law
Licensing and Copyrights
Enforcing Copyright: Dissecting the Infringement Case
Collective Works: The National Geographic Cases, North and South
Delays in Bringing Claims
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA):
Protection of Copyright Management Information
Other Rights of Artists: Le Droit Moral
What's It All For? The Remedies Available for Copyright Claims
Basic Trademark Law
What Photographers Need to Know about Trademark
Fair Use of Trademarks
Trademarks and the Web
Federal Statutes that Protect Marks
The Law of Privacy and Publicity
The Various Torts that Make Up the Privacy Right
The Right of Publicity
Rights of Publicity: California Cases
Rights of Publicity and Privacy: New York Cases
Avoiding Claims Based on Rights of Publicity