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A Must-Read for every Aussie Photographer

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Three days back LightStalking ran a very readable and enlightening article, Photographers, Know Your Rights!  This write-up scores a bulls-eye and also provides helpful advice as to what you should do when caught in a sticky situation.  Unfortunately, photography rights vary from country to country and this article is about Read more…

Exploring the value of formal qualifications – Part 2

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This is the second in a two part series on formal photographic qualifications.  Professional qualifications can be divided into two broad categories: degrees and diplomas that you earn from educational institutions or art institutes, and certificates and badges for completing coursework from art institutes and professional bodies.  Whether or not Read more…

Are Formal Photographic Qualifications Valuable?

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Kersasp talks Professional Qualifications in a teaser for our in-depth look to be published later this week. The professions differ in the extent of value that is attached to formal qualifications.  If you want a job with a development authority or municipality to design and build highways, bridges and tunnels, Read more…

A final word on Copyright – Part 3

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This is the third in a three part series on copyright law for photographers. Variables The hypothetical situation presented in the quiz illustrates some of the variables that determine who owns copyright of a photograph.  Other variables exist too. “Ownership of a photo varies depending on the circumstances under which Read more…

Ownership of Copyright and Exerting a Copyright Claim – Part 2

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This is the second in a three part series on copyright law for photographers. The phrase ‘neither owners nor copyright holders’ seems to imply that the two are mutually exclusive, and they are.  Consider that for most wedding photographs, the photographer usually keeps the negatives and/or RAWs with no questions Read more…

Copyright 101 for Professional Photographers – Part 1

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This is the first in a three part series on copyright law for photographers. Quiz Time Let’s begin with a quick quiz.  Acting on Kevin’s commission and instructions, Larry takes a photograph using a camera Jim lent him and a lens he borrowed from Bob, on an SD card owned Read more…

A Troika of Diverse Workshops

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The time is probably past due that we took in a tour of the rich assortment of short courses, workshops and seminars available in major Australian cities.  The AIPP is the big dog on the Australian photography scene so let’s start there. AIPP’s Tasmanian Breakaway is surely one of the Read more…

Continuous Professional Development at Every Stage of Your Career

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Like many people you probably associate continuous professional development with software developers and ‘computer guys’, right?  Stands to reason: the rate at which technology advances, they had better develop continuously to stay in business!  However, for slightly different reasons, continuous professional development is just as necessary for photographers.  Indeed, unlike Read more…

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