American Photographic Artists’ friends at National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) have asked APA to share this survey with our membership and email reach.
“In light of the many recent controversies regarding the use of images please share this timely and important survey on photography ethics and digital manipulation of images with your members” asks Mickey H. [...]
Atlanta, GA, April 15, 2013 – American Photographic Artists (APA) is joining the 15 plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Google. By joining the suit, APA alleges the “Google Book Search” program violates the copyrights of numerous photographers and other visual artists. The lead plaintiffs include: The American Society of Media Photographers, Graphic Artists Guild, Picture [...]
ATLANTA – February 13, 2013 – The American Photographic Artists is committed to achieving a system that provides copyright holders an opportunity to vindicate their rights in a fair and just manner. To that end, the APA submitted another proposal for orphan works legislation to the US Copyright Office last week, as the Office is [...]
May 16, 2012 – WASHINGTON, D.C.
American Photographic Artists has been a defender of intellectual property rights for the professional photographer since our photography association’s inception. With our country’s complex system of litigation and the high costs of intellectual property lawyers, APA strives to lead and attend frequent discussions and talks for pro photographers on copyrights [...]