Revised Submission Guidelines

10 May

After receiving some great advice and doing additional research, I stumbled on the site You Thought We Wouldn’t Notice. It is an open-source blog already doing a solid job of sharing copyright infringement in the Art industry in general (with specific photography/web/design categories). They have a well-established and simple submission process. As well as guidelines to consider before sharing. Their mission is “a site dedicated to pointing out those things that give you that feeling of ‘haven’t I seen that somewhere before?”

We’ll share a link to them in our sidebar and occasionally link to a relevant post on their blog. Consequently, we won’t need to post actual submissions on this blog. What we WILL have are sample emails to send when you think you’ve been violated and step-by-step guidelines on how to trademark your brand/images. If you’re new, you will find tools on how to research and what to consider before you brand your business.

What does this do? It lessens liability for this site so we can move forward with our primary mission – to educate and help photographers defend their copyright.

Thanks to everyone who has submitted suggestions and recommendations.


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