Image Licensing Protections: An Introduction

Image Licensing Protections: An Introduction

  • Common Reasons For Divorce

    Divorce is an issue that affects millions of people each year. While couples take a vow to love, honor, and cherish each other for the rest of their lives, too often these once ideal marriages end in a painful divorce. Each couple and individual's situation is different, but sometimes irreconcilable differences just simply means the marriage will not work, let alone last. Here are some of the most common reasons that married people end up in a divorce.

  • Can You Get Disability Benefits If You Have Depression?

    Approximately 17 million people a year struggle with depression each year in the United States. For some people, the disease can become so debilitating that it impacts their ability to make a living. Unfortunately, having depression does not guarantee that you can successfully file for disability benefits. Here are the factors the Social Security Administration looks at to judge whether or not you qualify. Doctor's Opinion One of the most important parts of proving that you are entitled to receiving disability payments is getting the help of your doctor.

  • Filing An Uncontested Divorce Petition: The Benefits Of Hiring An Attorney

    Uncontested or simplified divorce petitions can allow you to speed up the process of finalizing your divorce, and allow you to avoid multiple court appearance. The problem is, people often assume that since these divorce cases are less complex than a contested or traditional divorce, there really is no need for them to hire an attorney. However, the fact is, this assumption could not be any further from the truth. Even in an uncontested divorce case, the services of a divorce attorney can prove quite beneficial.

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    Image Licensing Protections: An Introduction

    When you sell stock photography, there is always a risk that someone may use your image in a way that you didn't permit in the licensing agreement. When that happens, you need to protect your licensing rights. The best way to do that is to work with a copyright and licensing attorney. I've spent a lot of time researching fair use and licensing restrictions. I hope that the information here helps you to not only understand your rights as the creator but also to learn how to document and enforce those rights and seek legal resolutions when they are violated.