Copyright issues leaving you confused?
You have a professional-looking photograph that wasn’t taken by you or your client. Before you copy or alter it you need to investigate who owns the copyright. Not only that, you must get a release if at all possible.
Overwhelmed trying to research lots of photos?
The Copyright Release Research Form helps you step by step through best practices for researching the copyright of photographs and documenting your progress. There are a lot of steps to this process, and it’s easy to lose track of details, especially if you’re researching multiple images.
Once you’ve gone as far as you can in your research, how do you track the copyright release, or document that you have an orphan work? You absolutely need to keep a record of your research and any release of copyright or reproduction rights to help protect you and your business.
The Copyright Release Research Form is a two-page fillable PDF with an additional two pages of instructions. Print it or complete as an electronic document. Use as much of the form as you need to research the copyright of an image, and to track any fees paid and release(s) you obtain.
Now available at a special introductory price of $39. Get it now, before the price goes up. (Please note: you must accept the license agreement (EULA) before you can purchase the form.)
Need more assistance understanding copyright issues that may impact your photo organizing business? Watch for our upcoming e-course on copyright or sign up for an individual coaching session with Kathy Rogers, the Photo Organizing Coach.