|Weeping Angel by Moonlight|
|If you create an object from a program (Bryce, Daz, PSP or PS, etc) then the object is yours and you can set the copyrights. If you take a photograph of an object (a chair, a clock, a tea cup, etc) you CAN NOT set copyrights (as a TUBED item, until you get permission of the company/ manufacturer) because the object is already copyrighted by the person who originally created the object (manufacturer, etc). As a digital photographer myself, if I take a photograph of household items or cars, or hot air balloons, I can copyright MY photograph and give others the right to use the photo as long as they do NOT tube items out of it. Neither they nor myself can call the item tubed from the photograph as ours nor set Copyrights. To clarify and to be accurate, I called the U.S. Copyright office and spoke to a lady over the phone, she told me the same thing. |
Please be Copyright Aware.
U.S. Copyright Office
101 Independence Ave. S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20559-6000
(202) 707-3000 or 1-877-476-0778 (toll free)
I just stumbled across one of the best explanations of Copyright for works in the US. They also have other countries listed with limited comments:
Please check these out. Yes...it is poetry but not your run of the mill sweet, sappy romantic poetry (which I do like) but these 2 books are stinging, biting, "poetry with attitude", and humorous at times. Women will probably appreciate these more than men. Sorry fellas...but you were the inspiration behind the art.
"The Sum of It: Not Your Mother's Poetry" www.smashwords.com/books/view/…
The poem from which the title was taken:
Something to drink
The poem with this title is very long so I will choose a shorter one:
Wanted: Tall, Dark and Smart
I hope you found these two little poems to your liking. The eBooks are less than $8 and you can read them in many formats, download to Kindle, Nook, etc. Come check these out and let me know what you think.