From the Publisher
Covering the legal rights photographers need to know when making images, this book details where one can take photographs, the laws affecting personal privacy, and how to obtain and document consent. It also provides a comprehensive explanation of the legal restrictions on photographing subject matter such as copyrighted material, military and nuclear facilities, trademarks, nudity, and currency. Not merely a legal treatise, the book provides practical advice on how to avoid and handle confrontations, the remedies available to photographers who have been wronged, and how to form a personal ethic.
About the Author
Bert P. Krages II is a stock photographer and an attorney. He lives in Portland, Oregon.