A survey of the legal history leading up to "transformative use" defenses for copyright infringement
Posts filed under: Photography Business
Is it time for publications to start hiring photographers who can write rather than writers who own a camera?
Busy times leave little room for blogging. Here's a quick news post about what's been happening.
Orphaned work legislation seems inevitable. If so, we need to stop creating new orphaned works
A review of a new service for photographers offering feedback from top editors and art buyers
Realistic CGI rendering is already competing with photography and it's getting cheaper and easier every day.
An old study about the counterintuitive way people assign value and what that means for your work as a photographer.
The MGM Grand's rights-grabbing photo contest.
What is it that has made photographers fall so deeply in love with their professional status, especially when it is one of the least verifiable, most-easily claimed statuses in the world?
Looking at two studies about value and the nature of free.
Some old chestnuts from the legal archive addressing the problems of copyright and supernatural beings.
Museums asserting copyright over the works of long-dead masters.