Join Mia McCormick as she sits down with Ed Greenberg, an intellectual property attorney, lecturer & writer based in New York, to discuss the ins and outs of registering your copyright, securing the proper model and property releases, using contracts that protect your rights, and how to deal with situations where you find your copyright has been infringed. Ed draws upon 34 years as an attorney to give you the straight scoop on how to safeguard your photography business’s most important asset: your intellectual property.
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The most important business step you can take after creating photos is to register your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office.
Getting signed releases from the people appearing in your photos is critically important to increasing the ways in which you can license those photos, and for giving you peace of mind.
You've taken the steps to register your work and have gotten the necessary releases from models and property owners. Now learn what to do when you discover that your copyright has been infringed.
Ed Greenberg has been a litigator practicing in New York City for well over thirty years, has represented some of the top photographers and illustrators in the business as well…
Mia McCormick works as a resident technology expert for Kelby Training and B&H Photo - one of the largest electronic retailers in the world. She also conducts a series of…