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Photographer's Legal Guide
by Carolyn E. Wright, Esq.

  • ISBN 978-0-9790353-0-2 / 0-9790353-0-9
  • 128 Pages
  • Foreword By Arthur Morris
  • Appendix/Index
  • Perfect Bound Paperback C1S Cover 6" x 9"
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  • 149 pages
  • ISBN 0976187833 / 978-0976187837
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What's being said about the Photographer's Legal Guide -

“Carolyn Wright's book is an essential tool for any professional (or aspiring professional) who needs to navigate the tricky legal issues in the business of photography. In clear, concise prose, she explains and simplifies the issues of rights and releases, and deciphers the "legal-ese" of contracts and other important legal issues into plain and simple language. Her background in law and her exceptional photographic work make her a unique resource in this business: a great legal mind with a wonderful photographer's eye.” Bob Krist, columnist, Outdoor Photographer Magazine

“Carolyn Wright shares the legal aspects of photography in an accessible volume of inside tips. Whether you are an experienced photographer already in business, starting a new photography business, or just a weekend shutterbug, you'll find essential information here.” M. Diane Vogt, Esq., multi-published writer, including Keeping Good Lawyers: Best Practices for Career Satisfaction

“Carolyn Wright’s book is designed to acquaint you with all the basic formalities of running a photography business. This is a book that every photographer who is even considering selling their images should have!” Ellen Anon, freelance photographer and co-author of Aperture Exposed, The Mac Photographers Guide to Taming the Workflow, and Photoshop for Nature Photographers.

“Carolyn’s writing style is easy to read and not full of ‘Law-talk.’ There is plenty to learn for a photographer in the business for 10 years (such as myself), and invaluable for someone completely new.” David Beckstead, International Wedding Photographer



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