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Photographer's Survival Manual

Un libro in lingua di Greenberg Edward C. Jack Reznicki Gallaugher Frank (EDT) edito da Sterling Pub Co Inc, 2010

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"Talent and passion are only part of being a successful photographer---understanding your rights and how to protect your images is the essential other part. Buy this book---you need it!"---Katrin Eismann, Chair, MPS Digital Photography Department, School of Visual Arts

If you license or publish your images, this guide is as indispensable as your camera. It provides specific information on the legal rights of photographers and their subjects, covering intellectual property, copyright, and business concerns in an easy-to-read, accessible manner. Photographer's Survival Manual covers: what is and isn't copyrightable, copyright registration, fair use, model releases, contracts and invoices, pricing and negotiation, and much more!

"When it comes to photography and copyright, Jack Reznicki and Ed Greenberg are two of the few people who get it---and the even fewer who can explain it to others. This book taps into their years of experience and offers outstanding research and real-life examples. The result is easy to read, fresh, and very understandable."---David Trust, CEO, Professional Photographers of America

"In an ever-changing cultural and business environment, the smartest thing any creative person can do to protect him or herself is to become armed with the best, most up-to-date and accurate information possible. This clearly written and concise manual will be every creative's best friend."---Anita Kunz, Society of Illustrators; Officer, Order of Canada

"Every photographer and aspiring image-maker should read this book! The authors bring vital, up-to-date information about the real business of photography in a lively, comprehensive, and highly informative manner. If I were on the book selection committee of a photo school, I would make this required reading for every student."---George Schaub, Editorial Director, Shutterbug and Petersen's PHOTOgraphic magazines

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