Friday, 20 January 2017 22:25
Once again, your copyright is under threat. Everyone, not just US citizens, need to respond by January 31, 2017, to a short survey created by the Librarian of Congress asking what duties the new Register of Copyright’s primary skills and duties should be.
Be advised, this is not just an innocent request. The APA National, the Copyright Alliance (pdf), Jim Pickerell's Selling Stock, and DMLA Councel, Nancy Wolff all published notice and helpful sample responses to the Librarian's request. Please read them.
We direct your attention, in particular, to the Illustrators Partnership analysis of the survey request.
The Illustrators Partnership followed up with thoughtful advice on how to respond intelligently and effectively to the Librarian's survey. You can read that advice here or continue below, as we have republished it in its entirety.
Update! The Illustrators Partnership added new information and a sample PDF you can use as a guide to add a personal note to your submission.
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 00:33
Innovation is the watchword!
For the very first time, the Fujifilm Award for Innovation will be presented at the world-famous Mall Galleries, London in April 2017, at the Champagne Taittinger Awards evening for Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, the world’s leading awards celebrating food photography and film.
This highly prestigious award will be given for a single image chosen from the 2017 shortlist – over 400 images selected from an overall entry of many thousands from across the world. In 2016, more than 7000 images were entered from 60 countries as entrants competed for the much-coveted overall crown.
Thursday, 05 January 2017 01:10
Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2017, the world’s most prestigious celebration of all that is special and significant about food photography and film.Now that the holidays are over, we wish to remind you the closing date for entries is 5 February, so there’s still time to get snapping for
The competition is open to everyone - professional and amateur, young and old - from across the world and boasts a prize pool worth almost 20,000 GBP. The overall winner scoops the crown and 5,000 GBP, two nights’ accommodation at the Intercontinental London Park Lane, a host of commercial opportunities, global publicity and worldwide recognition.
The awards have a wide range of categories, including Food for Celebration sponsored by Champagne Taittinger, Partridges Food for Sale, Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year, unearthed® Food in Film supported by delicious for film shorts and, new for 2017, Intercontinental London Park Lane Food at the Table, World Food Programme Food for Life, Startisans Food in the Street, BBC Good Food Fresh Talent Award, The FujiFilm Award for Innovation and Individual Restaurants Cream of the Crop.
Wednesday, 07 December 2016 17:23
Action Against Hunger is encouraging its supporters to host a dinner party with a difference this year, to raise much-needed funds to save the lives of malnourished children around the world.
The charity’s Great Get Together initiative encourages people to get together with friends and family, share a tasty meal and help to put an end to child hunger by asking their guests for a donation in return. Christmas is the perfect season to get involved in The Great Get Together with so many festive feasts going on.
So, when you tuck into your turkey, or munch on your mince pies over Christmas, ask your friends and family to donate a few pounds, it will go a long way to providing life-saving treatments. http://greatgettogether.actionagainsthunger.org.uk
And if you have your phone to hand, you could even win the world’s leading food photography prize!
Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, an Artists Bill of Rights supporter, are proud to support Action Against Hunger with their Food Sn-apping category, for images taken on mobile phones. It’s only £5 to enter and each shot generates a £2 donation. https://www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com/photo-category/food-sn-apping/
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 02:24
Having just self published for the first time, I wondered if others might find my research and experience of “upload your work and we’ll print and sell it” platforms useful.
The myriad of conditions you sign to are often hidden and put a different face on the company. Suddenly, their bouncy, appealing straightforward self marketing takes on a jagged edge.
Completely Novel claims that they can terminate and delete you for any reason without notice, and won’t enter into a dialogue or even tell you why.
This was a frighteningly common clause.
Blurb says that you’re held to their terms, even after your account closes.
I always reject the services of those who ask us to waive our rights. Laws for our protection are not created to then be waived!
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