Fresh Takes, December 2012 - The Shutterstock Blog Get the color wheels spinning for the New Year with dazzling imagery from our featured contributors. Explore a vibrant spectrum of light effects and cosmetics in this series of rainbow-drenched portraits. Get the look > Updating psychedelic imagery for the digital age, these brilliantly hued illustrations burst with whimsy. 23 Must-Visit Websites To Get Royalty Free Stock Photos They say a photo is worth a thousand words. What could you do if you had access to the best websites on the internet to get royalty free stock photos? You could make a personal website. Creative Commons Many Flickr users have chosen to offer their work under a Creative Commons license, and you can browse or search through content under each type of license. Here are some recently added bits and pieces: Attribution License » 89068019 photos (See more)
COPYRIGHT LAW FOR THEATRE DIRECTORS AND ACTORS The discussion below attempts to clarify the copyright law for theatre folk, most especially aspects of copyright that relate to producing playscripts---copyright laws for Playwrights, Directors, and Sound Designers. Throughout, you'll find links for more information. COPYRIGHT LAWS— For Playwrights, Theatre Managers, Producers, Artistic Directors, Theatre Department Chairs, High School and College Teachers, Directors, and Sound Designers CONTENTS (Clicking any title below will lead you to that section) Copyright established in the U. S. Copyright Law, Treaties and Advice A work can only be original if it is the result of independent creative effort. It will not be original if it has been copied from something that already exists. If it is similar to something that already exists but there has been no copying from the existing work either directly or indirectly, then it may be original. The term "original" also involves a test of substantiality - literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works will not be original if there has not been sufficient skill and labour expended in their creation. But, sometimes significant investment of resources without significant intellectual input can still count as sufficient skill and labour.
Copyright Guidelines: Literary Works Literary works such as fiction, drama, and poetry have a higher degree of copyright protection than scholarly or journalistic works. Scholarly or journalistic works are generally intended to be realistic representation of facts, and facts cannot be copyrighted. A literary work is a more wholly imaginative creation, and is thus more fully the property of the creator. Reproduction of a literary work is therefore more likely to require copyright permission. If you would like to copy or scan a literary work for your class, follow these steps: What's the Difference Between Copyright and Creative Commons? At OryCon earlier this month I got to sit on a panel about Creative Commons licensing and how it can be used in creative work. As someone who depends on Creative Commons licensing (all images in my posts are licensed via a Creative Commons license) I am always excited to hear the different ways people are using these licenses. Because I think Creative Commons is great and I’d love to see people use it more often, I thought I’d explain what Creative Commons licensing is, how it differs from copyright and how you might be able to use it in your work. What’s the Difference Between Creative Commons and Copyright? Creative Commons is actually a license that is applied to a work that is protected by copyright. It’s not separate from copyright, but instead is a way of easily sharing copyrighted work.
Description The Japanese love to take naps. Whether it's a train or a park bench, you can always spot a businessman or two getting some much-needed shut-eye. The King Eye Mask Napping Pillow is designed to help you feel like a monarch when you sleep, wherever you are. What's Legal: When Are Background Sounds With A Copyright In Video Clips OK? The scenario is simple: background music, either live or recorded, is playing while you are videotaping a scene. Explaining the law in regards to copyright infringement is, unfortunately, not as simple. Essentially, any background sounds protected by copyright that you include in your video, without obtaining permission, could make you liable for infringement. According to a Federal Circuit court, "any substantial part of a composition is performance." At the heart of the issue, you, as the videographer, have a video recording of a copyright-protected sound in your video.
Top 83 Images for Pinterest #1 US 83svg via: source #3 Description CZ 83 JH02jpg via: source #5 Archive &187 Impotence Score = 83 Tampa Bay Bucs Blog Buccaneers News Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education Adopted by the NCTE Executive Committee, November 2008 By: National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), Student Television Network (STN), Media Commission of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Action Coalition for Media Education (ACME), and Visual Communication Division of the International Communication Association (ICA) WHAT THIS ISThis document is a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use. Fair use is the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment under some circumstances -- especially when the cultural or social benefits of the use are predominant. It is a general right that applies even in situations where the law provides no specific authorization for the use in question -- as it does for certain narrowly defined classroom activities. WHAT THIS ISN’TThis code of best practices does not tell you the limits of fair use rights.
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9 Things You Should Know About Copyright and Fair Use on YouTube If you’re out making videos for YouTube, especially if you’re trying to monetize your content, you should be aware of your rights and responsibilities when it comes to copyright. Copyright gives creators of original works the exclusive rights to it. In some cases, you could use other people’s work in your videos without their permission; in other cases you need permission. Whatever you do with your videos, you should check out these nine tips that YouTube creators should know when it comes to copyright. Please note that we’re not lawyers, so take this guide as it is and consult a lawyer (the last tip below) for further insight. 1.