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Permission-less innovation? No. Photographers should feel assured that copyright for their imagery remains well protected. Here's why....

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“There’s a reason why more than 150,000 photographers around the globe trust Getty Images to manage the rights of their copyrighted materials,” Lapham said....

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Our CEO, Jonathan Klein, recently released this report, that details 'Where We Stand' -- with a focus on press freedom and copyright....

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Copyright and licensing stock images can seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be, Stockphotorights.com is your guide to understanding image usage. This new educational resource is designed to represent image providers and has the...

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Johnny Hernandez/Getty Images We know that the legalities associated with licensing images can be scary. It’s not an easy subject for anyone to completely comprehend. To help make it just a little easier for everyone...

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Is Appropriation Appropriate?

December 13, 2007 | 0 Comments

Photo: Erik Dreyer As an interesting follow-up to the last post about the copyright issues surrounding the Pop Art show in London, is an article in the NY Times a couple of days ago about...

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Information Serfs

November 28, 2007 | 0 Comments

Insightful take on the Pop Art Portraits show up at London’s National Portrait Gallery by Notable Internet Personality Cory Doctorow on Guardian Unlimited online. It is interesting to think about the evolution of Intellectual Property,...

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Changes in Photography

August 31, 2007 | 1 Comments

Interesting discussion yesterday on KQED San Francisco’s Forum with Michael Krasny on “Photography and Its Future”. Photo: FPG via Getty Images...

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Photographer suing Apple

August 16, 2007 | 2 Comments

Louie Psihoyos, who is a prominent contributor to Getty Images’ image partner Science Faction, is suing Apple for ripping off his photo below for their Apple TV ad campaign.  That Louie’s original photo below probably...

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Color by numbers

July 3, 2007 | 0 Comments

Philip J Brittan Interesting entry in jet-setting troubadour/intellectual Nick Currie’s (aka Momus) blog about the opening last year of a Japanese division of Pantone, New Jersey-based color coders who’ve become the ubiquitous industry standard in...

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