Five Common Copyright Misconceptions Held by Photographers

The most recent version of the Copyright Law of the United States (December 2016) weighs in at a whopping 354 pages. And while there are areas of ambiguity, the basics and benefits of copyright registration for photographers are well-documented. Unfortunately, well-documented doesn’t mean well-understood, so we asked attorney (and former photo rep) Leslie Burns to … Read more

What to Do If You Get a Copyright Infringement Letter

As a website owner, it’s easy to infringe on intellectual property rights if you’re not truly cautious. If you end up violating someone’s copyrights, you may receive an infringement notice. Read the Notice Carefully: Copyright infringement notices can come from various sources—individual owners, attorneys, and internet service providers. The notice should clearly identify the alleged … Read more