Photographers want to protect their images from theft, but sometimes the process to copyright is intimidating and arcane. Luckily, a lot of governments around the world are making changes to their copyright application process to make it easier for creators to protect their work.
And soon the United States will be joining their ranks.
Protecting your photos from copyright infringement is about to become an easier process according to a press release from the US Copyright Office.
Beginning February 20th, the US Copyright Office will allow photographers to register published and unpublished works through an online system that limits the total number of images to 750. The application also changes the means of the term “author” to include one or more people.