I may have opened a can of worms when I brought up copyright while answering Victor’s question in Q&A Ep.61.
This question about photography copyright comes from Generalissimo Genesis who was wondering:
“About the copyright thing. Let’s say that i bought a photo of me from a friend-photographer or photographer, then i decide to enlarge it and when they see it, they kinda threaten to sue me. What should my response be?”
The short answer here is that the photographer has a right to be angry because you did violate his copyright by taking the print and enlarging it yourself.
That’s assuming the most common scenario, where a person has purchased a print of a photo from a photographer. There are definitely other circumstances where that could actually be okay, which I discuss in the video.
Your camera is an amazing tool, but it’s no good to you if you don’t know how to use it!
If you want to take control of your camera and use it to take amazing photos like a pro, check out my Guide to Shooting in Manual Mode video course.