We both had a great time talking with Frederic Van Johnson on the This Week in Photography (TWiP) podcast, #278. Some of the topics we covered: “Why should I sign before I shoot?” “What about those model release apps for my Android, iPhone or iPad?” “Is a model release a contract?” “What are 3 steps […]
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We had a great time on Friday, October 19th, giving a 4 hour lecture to the photography students at Hallmark Institute of Photography. We always seem to do good in institutions. Students were great and asked a lot of wonderful, thought provoking questions. Topics covered were mostly copyright and release issues, but as usual, we […]
For those that missed our terrific (if we say so ourselves) live NIK webinar a few weeks ago, the recorded version is now up on the NIK website here. We’ll be doing more of these with different photography website and will post any additional ones here. So stay tuned.
We’re at it again. We’re doing an encore free one hour webinar with our friends at NIK software on August 15th. It’s free again, but you do have to pre-register. Last time we didn’t have enough time to answer questions, so this time we’re asking for questions beforehand and will devote half the webinar to […]
This is not a Copyright Zone event, but thought I’d post it here anyway. And a Free ticket drawing is being held today. Here’s the scoop, Jack will be teaching a lighting and perception workshop in Princeton NJ on April28th with Steve Dreyer and Alan Kesselhauf. More info at: http://princetonphotoworkshop.wordpress.com/ Ed will not be there, […]
We’re at it again, going on the road. Taking our act to the Hallmark Photography School in Turner’s Fall, MA this Friday. We will filling the students heads with copyright, legal, and practical issues that face photographers today. What is usually the most fun are the Q&A sessions when we interact with the students. We […]
Just so y’all know, we sold out all of our supply of books at Photoshop World in Las Vegas. It was like watching locust devour a corn field. Fantastic. So thanks to all you guys and gals out there as it looks like our first print run of the Photographer’s Survival Manual has sold out. […]