Many working photographers don’t focus enough on one side of photogrpahy — the legal side. But it defines what photographers can and can’t do.
As the boundaries of copyright continue to expand, photographers need to stay on top of an ever-growing list of issues: what permission are needed to photograph certain subjects; editorial vs. commercial use; freedom of speech and privacy; model releases and licensing deals.
And that’s without taking into consideration the effects of digitization on the medium, which makes infringement as easy as a click.
Whatever your concern, let Booth Sweet LLP help turn your negatives into positives.