Is there anyone out there that has a good grasp of photographic copyright. 1. Does it expire 70 years after the death of the photographer?2. Is it possible to acquire the copyright of images that…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Geoff Lowe Feb 26.
"Well thanks for that, Alex, Michael & Giles - I have read with interest your postings and am still wondering if I am any the wiser! What the discussion does show is that we all need some simplification of the laws regarding copyright and…"
"There is such a quagmire of conflicting statutes and judgements on these issues that, in my view, none of the questions can be answered with any certainty at all. The situation is certainly not as clear cut, alas, as the author of the article…"
"Alex provides a good summary. Item 7 is interesting. The following was posted in another newsgroup:
Following Lee's earlier posting I took a look at the journal Art Documentation which contains a number of fascinating articles (I was…"
"Geoff, I am not an attorney and I would certainly contact one with copyright background, so keep that in mind when reviewing the following information.
1. It can expire 75 years after the death of the artist. But there are both ways for the…"
Is there anyone out there that has a good grasp of photographic copyright. 1. Does it expire 70 years after the death of the photographer?2. Is it possible to acquire the copyright of images that comply with Fig.1 ?3. Are regulations international?As Neg/Pos photography means that it is possible to have duplicates can any one person or organisation own the copyright?Does the owner of a Daguerrotype own the copyright? As it is a one off.Has there been any test cases?I have heard that some…See More