Judge Batts, who ruled in favor of photographer Patrick Cariou in his case against Richard Prince, has just ruled in favor of  photographer William Eggleston in his case. Read about it here. Mr. Eggleston was sued by a collector,  Jonathan Sobel, who objected to the release of a  new edition of Eggleston’s  work done digitally by inkjet, claiming it reduced the value of Eggleston’s dye transfer work. Judge Batts dismissed the case  and once again and wins one “for the Gipper”, if the Gipper is used to represent all photographers. In any case, YAY FOR US!