As techlogy is constantly evolving, so are the laws regarding photography. With advances on how photos are being taken and how they are w being viewed there is a constant battle on regarding creating art and the legal ramifications. This includes the rights of taking the actual photograph, and the use of the photograph itself. Resulting in a number of liabilities and different applications of legal principles this guide helps you understand your first amendment rights on what you can and cant photograph and sell. The Photography Law Handbook provides a pragmatic and personal perspective on the photographers' rights and obligations. Including copyright, privacy, and contact laws this resources provides the necessary information for lawyers and photographers alike on an ever changing arena. Lastly, the author-a lawyer and photographer-provides actual cases and situations to clarify the potential pitfalls you may encounter.
Steven M. Richman practices in the areas of commercial and international law and litigation, at Duane Morris LLP in New York.