Photographer Steals Others Work

Photographer steals other photographers work and passes it off as his own...

Copyright Photos in 4 Steps


What is metadata?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. It confuses many photographers at first.

The metadata definition generally used is that metadata is simply a set of data that describes and gives information about other data. For photographers, that ‘other data’ is your images. Your digital camera will embed information in each photo it takes that identifies what camera created the file, the exposure information and more.

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Get the Chair to sign a release...

Getty Images is appealing a French court decision that could set a precedent affecting stock photographers across the world, BJP has learnt.

The case was launched by Pernette Martin-Barsac and Jacqueline Jeanneret Gris, who are the respective holders of the hereditary and moral rights over the works of furniture designers Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret. Both designers worked with Charles-Edouart Jeanneret, also known as Le Corbusier, to create a series of armchairs and sofas that have become iconic items of the 20th Century.

Read more: British Journal of Photography