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A Must-Read: The ABCD of Photographic Copyright

Written by the British Photographers' Liaison Committee, this booklet explains the basics of current UK copyright law. Any professional photographer in the UK market should treat this as a reference point for any questions regarding his copyright vis-a-vis his clients and/or employers.

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Looking for terms and conditions ? We recommend those on the AOP's website here


Civil Rights Lawyers Shamik Dutta and Rosie Brighouse of Bhatt Murphy answer fifteen key questions on police powers and photography in Britain today. Photographs Jules Mattsson and David Hoffman.

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The following guidelines were first introduced by the Metropolitan Police in March 2006 following two years of negotiations by the BPPA, the NUJ and the CIJ. They were later adopted by all police forces in Britain in April 2007.

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Disclaimer: All numbers are published ‘as is’ and no guarantee is given that they are either up to date or accurate. If in doubt, please check with the relevant publication. If you have additional numbers, please write to editor@epuk.org

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Disclaimer: All email addresses are published ‘as is’ and no guarantee is given that they are either up to date or accurate. If in doubt, please check with the relevant publication. If you have additional numbers, please write to editor@epuk.org

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EPUK believes in fair treatment for eyewitness photographers who submit their photos to commercial media organisations.

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This is a model letter intended to make clear the reasons why those commissioning photography do not need to own the copyright, why it’s not in their best interest & why serious professionals will turn away work on such terms.

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