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Creative Photography Module 10 Study Guide
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Photographers have the right to what?
Photographers have the right to take a photograph, publish or sell a photograph, and copyright a photograph if these acts do not interfere with the rights of someone else.
The First Amendment protects what?
The First Amendment protects the freedom of speech, which applies to photographs. The freedoms of the photographer are not absolute, and there are restrictions to protect the rights and privacy of others.
As a photographer you are limited to what?
You are also limited in selling your photographs. The law states that people have the right to control their own image.
What is a copyright?
Image ownership defines who owns a photograph and who may use that photograph. The individual holding the copyright to a photograph is the one who can use it and dictate if others are allowed to.
What is the Berne Convention?
Automatically transfers the copyright to the photographer or producer of the work, with some exceptions
What is Fair Use?
A component of copyright; it permits the copying of a work in certain circumstances, generally private, educational, research, or editorial use.
What is Stock Photography?
Stock photography is either created by the photographer before it is licensed or the photography is specifically requested.
What is Personal Photography?
In personal photography, "if you can see it and you are on public property," you may take pictures. Personal use means you are taking the photograph for yourself and the image will not be sold or published.
What is Editorial Photography?
With editorial photography a photograph may be considered newsworthy, and its use might include publication within a news report or textbook.
What is Commercial Photography?
With commercial photography the photographer is paid for images that were not produced as works of art.
What is a Royalty Free (FR) License?
Royalty-free license, or (RF), means that when people purchase an image, they may use the image for as long as they want to and as many times as they want without having to pay any other fees on the image.
What is a Rights Managed (RM) License?
With a rights-managed (RM) license the buyer is given an exclusive right to use an image for a particular amount of time. The image may be used only by the person who purchased the rights to the image and for a period of time specified under the license.
What are Extended or Enhanced Licenses?
Extended or enhanced licenses are those that give the buyer more rights to the image than the original license (often royalty free) offered.
What is a Model Release?
These are documents that spell out under which conditions a photographer may use a photograph of someone, or how the individual in the photograph gives permission for a photograph that he or she is recognizable in to be used in certain ways.
When is a Model Release needed?
If your photograph is used commercially, such as in a business brochure, advertisement, or printed material, or you want to use the image as a stock image to license to others, you need to obtain a model release.
A Model Release ensures what?
A model release will ensure that you can use the photograph later if you decide to do so.
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