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not quite always

  • Subject: [iris-photos] not quite always
  • From: Pat Mitchell corgilover@wi.rr.com
  • Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 18:39:51 -0600

John I Jones wrote:
 >Until the law is changed, photographs are *always* the original
 >photographer's property for the next 75 years (unless they've 
 >explicitly signed away their rights).

Not ALWAYS - if a photographer is under a work-for-hire agreement (a 
very specific copyright contingency in employment contracts) then no 
matter how many millions of rolls of film he takes, the work belongs 
to his employer.

Pat Mitchell
Been there, done that


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