Photo Copyright – What Photographers Should Know For The Protection Of Their Images — SkillShare — Free download

Welcome to the course “Photo Copyright – What photographers should know for the protection of their images”

Nowadays photography has become extremely popular both from a creative and business point of view.

With the advent of new modern technology and the internet as a whole, photography is one of the most trendy areas for professional development.

That’s why every photographer needs to learn not only how to become more creative and skillful from a technical perspective, but also how to manage his or her works from a business and legal point of view.

This class is designed to teach photographers how copyright law can help them to control and benefit from their images in order to build a sustainable business model out of this profession.

Copyright gives every photographer a tool to control the way his/her photos can be used and to prevent all sorts of infringing activities.

In that way, the photographers can create new works relying on the copyright protection to receive a proper income from their original works.

This is crucial because without such rights it would be near impossible for photographers to make their living because everyone would be able to use their works for free.

Why choose this course?

If you are a photographer or you work in this field, this course will be of great help for you because it will present you with the most important elements, requirements, and tips and hints about copyright protection over photographs.

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