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All the images appearing on www.cameracreations.net are copyright Camera Creations with all rights reserved. All content herein (specifically images files and code) are the exclusive property of Camera Creations and are protected under US and international copyright laws.Use of these images and files is strictly forbidden without the consent of Camera Creations. The intellectual property may not be downloaded except by normal viewing process of the browser. The intellectual property may not be copied to another computer, transmitted, published, reproduced, stored, manipulated, projected, or altered in any way, including without limitation any digitization or synthesizing of the images, alone or with any other material, by use of computer or other electronic means or any other method means now or hereafter known, without the written permission of Camera Creations and payment of a fee, or arrangement thereof.No images are within the public domain. Use of any image as the basis for another photographic concept, or illustration, is a violation of copyright.Camera Creations vigorously protects copyright interests. In the event that an infringement is discovered you will be notified and invoiced the industry-standard triple fee for unauthorized usage and/or prosecuted for Copyright Infringement in U.S. Federal Court where you will be subject to a fine of US$100,000 statutory damages as well as all court costs and attorneys' fees. Please be advised that by visiting this site you agree to the above terms and conditions. All entries are logged. To secure reproduction rights to any images E-mail email@example.com or call Camera Creations at (323) 466-3909. In other words: What is a copyright? A copyright gives its owner the right to copy, distribute, publicly display or create derivative works from the original work. A copyright also gives its owner the right to license those rights to others.How do I know if my photograph is protected by copyright? A photograph is copyright protected from the moment it is created. This means that even if you purchase a print or digital file from your photographer, you still need to talk to them about making reproductions from that item.How long does a copyright last? The current copyright term is the life of the creator – in this case, the photographer, plus an additional 70 years.Things to remember about copyright: Purchasing a print or digital file from your photographer does not mean you have purchased the copyright.Under the Federal Copyright Act of 1976, photographs are protected by copyright from the moment of creation.Unless you have permission from the photographer, you can’t copy, distribute (no scanning and sending them to others), publicly display (no putting them online), or create derivative works from photographs.Professional photographers are dependent on their ability to control the reproduction of the photographs they create. It affects their income and the livelihood of their families.Copyright infringements—reproducing photos without permission—can result in civil and criminal penalties.