Photographers are angry over the UK Copyright law reforms relating to ‘orphaned works’. More evidence perhaps that photographers are having more responsibility placed upon them to ensure that they can always be easily identified as the photographer. Photo credit: Sean Molin Photography via photopin cc
A fairly typical but interesting case of alleged copyright infringement where a wedding photograph was apparently taken from a photographer’s website and used by a radio station, without knowledge of consent of the photographer, for commercial purposes. Photo credit: Edgar Barany via photopin cc
Image from US Naval Institute (2012). Photographer – Joe Rosenthal References US Naval Institute, (2012). “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima”: The Most Reproduced and Parodied Photo in History? [online] Available from: http://www.usni.org/iwo-jima-parody-photos [accessed 24/07/2013].
Preface This article revisits some of the questions raised in my undergraduate dissertation in 2005 looking at Online Digital Image Copyright and the adequacy of then current legislation to protect the Intellectual Property Rights of photographers. This article is intended to be an initial exploration of developments since 2005 and the possible impacts on photographers […]
Having spent much of my career focussing on work in the IT industry, healthcare and education, I am now looking forward to devoting more time to research interests that span some of the aforementioned areas. As such, I intend to use this online profile as a way of both facilitating my research and sharing my […]