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Altering Photographs Deemed Fair Use In Landmark Case
COPYRIGHTS AND OTHER RIGHTS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES
Time to celebrate, right? Not so fast. You still have to format it and find at least one image related to your article. You download it and drop it into WordPress. The whole process takes 60 seconds. Sound about right? Even if you link to the image author.
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No Copying Grandma
No Copying Grandma January 18, Say that a cousin came across a family portrait from generations ago and you wanted a copy — maybe of your mutual grandmother as a child. You ask the cousin if you can take it and get it scanned into the computer so that it can be shared with all the other cousins, too. No problem, your cousin says, and you make your way off to a store to have the image processed. Copyright prevents them. Well, not really — but they may object anyway.
The questions and issues related to who "owns" the rights to use and reproduce photographs are complex and can vary significantly depending on acquisition circumstances, age of the image, provenance, status of the previous "owner" and a number of other variables. Physical ownership, copyright and reproduction rights coexist in a continually shifting legal and technological environment. As the market for images continues to grow, it is important to understand the rapidly changing environment in which researchers, collectors, curators, and publishers must work. The interest in historic images-and their value-has grown remarkably as a result of film documentaries, the awareness of the fine arts market, and the voracious appetite of multimedia for visual resources such as photographs.