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Jun 15, 2015 12:56 |  #46

Congratulations, and thanks for all the followup posts.


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Jun 15, 2015 19:19 |  #47

Thanks again everyone! Will post here again once I receive my copy of the book this fall. :-)


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Jul 09, 2015 14:59 |  #48

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Jul 14, 2015 20:38 |  #49

Amazing photo, that's for sure: first time I saw it, I spent many minutes just looking at each soldier and the way they seem to pass their time. It was fun, thanks !

I do have a not-so-fun question though. If the 4g63 was in that plane, surely he was working in some way. If so, who is the real owner of the copyrights, him or his employer?

Where I am from (Canada) the employer owns the right to the photo if it was taken during work hours.




  
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Jul 14, 2015 21:34 |  #50

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I do have a not-so-fun question though. If the 4g63 was in that plane, surely he was working in some way. If so, who is the real owner of the copyrights, him or his employer?

Where I am from (Canada) the employer owns the right to the photo if it was taken during work hours.

Unless the image was taken as part of his work (IE he is employed as a photographer or taking photos is a specific part of his job description, or he was specifically tasked to take this shot by his employer), the copyright belongs to him. I suspect that the same applies in Canada as it does in most other countries.


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Jul 15, 2015 04:52 |  #51

In Canada until quite recently in commercial situations the commissoning party owned the copyright. Which is actually what a lot of people in the rest of the world think is (should be?) the case. Canada recently changed their copyright laws to match the norms for the Bern Convention, of photographer owning copyright.

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Jul 15, 2015 12:08 as a reply to  @ BigAl007's post |  #52

Interesting turn of event.

My understanding is that when a photography is taken during work hours, the photographer being under subordination of his employer, the employer retains the copyrights. The law that was passed in 2012 refers to contract work and not employment, thus my question to 4g63 as to him being contracted or employed by the armed forces.

I don't want to derail the original intention of this discussion, I still think it is a good photograph !




  
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Jul 15, 2015 18:57 |  #53

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Amazing photo, that's for sure: first time I saw it, I spent many minutes just looking at each soldier and the way they seem to pass their time. It was fun, thanks !

I do have a not-so-fun question though. If the 4g63 was in that plane, surely he was working in some way. If so, who is the real owner of the copyrights, him or his employer?

Where I am from (Canada) the employer owns the right to the photo if it was taken during work hours.

Thanks! The copyright belongs to me. My employer is the US Army and I was not hired to take the shot. I'm just a hobbyist :lol:.


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Oct 21, 2015 21:13 |  #54

Yay! The book is out!


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Oct 21, 2015 21:43 |  #55

Totally freaking awesome! Congrats!




  
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Oct 21, 2015 23:05 |  #56

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Oct 21, 2015 23:09 |  #57

Awesome, congratulations.


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Oct 21, 2015 23:12 |  #58

Congrats! Great shot.


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Oct 22, 2015 22:18 |  #59

Congrats.... that's excellent.


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Oct 22, 2015 22:29 |  #60

Awesome!


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