HTBARP 88 Edward Greenberg and Jack Reznicki: Copyright For Photographers - part 2

HTBARP 88 Edward Greenberg and Jack Reznicki: Copyright For Photographers

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This is the second part of my interview with Ed Greenberg and Jack Reznicki better known as The Copyright Zone guys.

In case you missed Part 1 of the interview listen to episode 87 to learn more about copyright registration and how to write a proper invoice.

In Part 2 of our interview, Ed and Jack will answer questions from the community such as “Can I sell prints of photos to magazines or agencies without the band’s approval?”. How many photos is a limited edition? Am I allowed to print a photo book? How to deal with contracts from bands which are presented before the show and we’ll cover many more questions to help to make our life as a concert photographer easier.

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In this Episode, You’ll learn

  • Why it is important to register your photos
  • How to deal with contracts from bands
  • Can you sell prints of photos to magazines or agencies without the band’s approval

Follow Ed and Jack

Jack’s Website: www.reznicki.com

Ed’s Website: www.greenbergiplaw.com

Blog: www.thecopyrightzone.com

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