Oct
22
Sat
2022
9:30 am Poly Salon
Poly Salon
Oct 22 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Poly Photo Club Salon Saturday The Poly Salon is an opportunity for members to share and discuss images they are working on. Perhaps you do not like judges and/or image competition.  Perhaps you just want … Continue reading Poly Salon
Oct
23
Sun
2022
5:00 pm Motor Transport Museum
Motor Transport Museum
Oct 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Late Afternoon fun roaming the Motor Transport Museum grounds, then a chance at capturing the Milky Way after dark!  $20 entrance fee per member, wear hiking shoes.
Nov
5
Sat
2022
9:30 am Competition: Project – Abandoned
Competition: Project – Abandoned
Nov 5 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Project Theme – Abandoned.  Image must be taken on or after 11/1/2021. Judge: Lois Fong-Sakai Host: Paul Shilling

Fair Use of Copyrighted Works – Truth vs. Myth

If you are interested in protecting your images from unauthorized use, you may want to read this informative and entertaining – and relatively brief – article, “It’s All About the Eyeballs.”

The gist of the story is about “fair use” myths. It seems that some people believe that they can get away with unauthorized – and unpaid – use of our images by arguing that they didn’t profit from the use, gave credit to the photographer and a few other claims that don’t hold up in court.

The authors are a respected intellectual-property attorney, Ed Greenberg, and photographer Jack Rezniki. Their blog (called “The Copyright Zone“) sticks to the facts – usually of actual case law – but it’s presented in an understandable way – with a dash of fun added.

With image “appropriation” becoming more common, I suggest you subscribe to the blog to keep up on the latest news.