Rdefen

Rdefen

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  • Another review. I have found Phototech (1) quite expensive (relative to sending my camera into Canon), (2) fairly good turnaround on a new shutter especially compared to sending it Canon -- as I ...
  • I'd suggest you file if you have to or obtain an exemption if you don't. :-) What other states insist on with online solicitation of charitable funds is an interesting question to which I have no ...
  • Re: "Filcro Children's Sports Fund" http://www.kissmykite.com/#!donate/c47h I can't find a NY registered charity with that name or any name with "Filcro" in it. http://www.charitiesnys.com/Registry ...
  • Replied in Lenses?
    I'm kinda stupid and it's rude of you to point it out, especially publically. Do you also insult people with physical disabilities -- "Sir, you don't seem to be able to get yourself up and down ...
  • It depends. Works like this: (1) is the work alleged to be infringed a "United States work" ? Yes ----> then you must register to sue (you may register at anytime during the term of the copyright). ...
  • Replied in Lenses?
    Agree to disagree. To me, it's usually the photographer. But I do think from the volume of equipment related threads that there are a large number of people into photography that think if they just ...
  • Replied in Yes!
    I do not miss Tipsarevic.
  • Replied in Mitzvahs
    If it's an orthodox ceremony consider giving the chief Rabbi a big hug at the end and thank him for the good show. And be sure to write back how it went.
  • Replied in Lenses?
    I have always thought certain photographers added a certain "magic" to shots, much more so than lenses or cameras.
  • I like her too. If you want to fly over she's doing Antigone in a relatively small (< 1000) theater at Brooklyn Academy of Music in Sept. If you can sit through a play by Sophocles... http://www.ba ...
  • -1 on all of the above. (1) whether a "hold harmless" clause (i.e., indemnification agreement) can protect against your own acts of negligence depends on the relevant state law and the specific ...
  • (1) Whether you can indemnify against negligent acts depends on the jurisdiction. (2) "Best Efforts" are most definitely not "always required" in a commercial transaction (The efforts clause, which ...
  • I assume you meant by this unfortunately ambiguous phrase "sell the copyright/ownership of some images" that you transfer (1) the copyright AND (2) your copies of the images ? I further assume ...
  • The issue also arises with respect to the online digital catalogs of their photos that museums are more frequently putting online. Anyone with a computer can view/copy them. So whether museums can ...
  • Never gets old but I prefer the October rants.
  • I OBVIOUSLY stopped reading after the first glance at your post. So, no, I did not see until now any of the other numerous posts concerning your writing. :-(
  • https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/606/01/
  • Not "aside" and not "does not automatically," -- ownership of the art by itself NEVER conveys any of the exclusive rights of a copyright owner.*** It's very basic copyright law that ownership of ...
  • I checked and in the old post I linked to the link within that post to the symposium relating to the copyrightability of a photograph of a painting didn't work. Too bad. It was very interesting ...
  • https://www.law.upenn.edu/admissions/jd/how-to-apply.php
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