Looking to protect your photos in this digital-sharing world we create in?
Let’s face it. People assume if a photo is on the Internet, it’s there for the taking. Some have even started billion-dollar businesses with the images they scraped off the Internet.
So, whether you’re making a living with your photographs, making the world a better place with them, or doing both—protecting your images with copyright has never mattered more than it does now.
But who has time to wade through all that confusing legal jargon to figure it out?
Imagine if you could copyright up to 750 photos at once with the U.S. Copyright Office (USCO) quickly & easily, without all the head-scratching.
Get the scoop on copyrighting your images from a photographer who's been an attorney for 30 years. Snag the checklists I created for myself to make copyrighting a group of photos quicker and easier.
And it's all yours, right here! 👇🏻
A 5-point checklist to determine whether your group of photos is eligible to be registered with the group application
A short list of the information you’ll need to have by your side while filling out the group application
Step-by-step instructions on how to prepare copies of your photos and the Title List you must upload with the application
As a California licensed attorney for 30 years and a nature photographer for the past 7 years, I offer a unique legal perspective informed by my photography experience to help photographers protect their creative work and businesses.
I’ve given presentations on copyright to photography organizations, including Experience Wildlife and the joint organizations of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) and the American Association of Media Photographers (ASMP), to name a few. In addition, I serve on the ASMP National Board.
There are many things you can do on your own to protect your creative work. That’s why I’m putting together resources like this one to help you build long-term financial stability and uphold the integrity of your creative work.
It’s never been a better time to protect your photography.
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The information you obtain on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult with an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.