Through Tutelio Photo you can protect your photography projects from plagiarism and improper use. Register them now: it is fast, safe and free.
You only need a camera to shoot. To be a good a good photographer you need heart, determination and expertise.
With Tutelio Photo you immediately get a paternity certificate for your photos and you can safely store the files you need to prove the authenticity. Furthermore, with Tutelio Care, a network of professionals is at your disposal to protect you in the event of plagiarism or improper use of your shoots on the web and to cooperate negotiating your rights with galleries, magazines, companies and creative agencies.
What can you protect?
Nature and Macro
Also for processings like composites, solorize, photos with different blur techniques, infrared, unique and unusual angles.
It’s important to protect your own photographic project before sending it to third parties such as newspapers and editors as well as publishing them on websites and socials.
The answer is no. Unfortunately, pursuant to art. 2 n.7 of the Copyright Law, only the photographic works that are “creative” are protected. The distinction between photographic works and simple photographs does not lie in the good photographic technique, but in some stylistic and technical choices that allow us to recognize creativity, originality and emotions in the shot that express the personality of the author in an absolutely characteristic and unique way.
The copyright on photography, lasts up to 70 years after the death of the author. During this period, no renewal is required. Only the author of the project or his heirs owns the exclusive rights to authorize any reproduction or transfer licenses to publishers, gallery owners and so on.
The free plan makes it possible to generate evidence of protection of equal effectiveness and duration compared to all others. The difference between the plans concerns only additional services such as the secure storage of certified files (Caveau) and advanced assistance (Tutelio Care).
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