We've all glanced over a seemingly benign document an art buyer or client has asked us to sign as a "formality", prior to beginning a project.
Copyright Office Issues a Notice of Inquiry on Photographs, Graphic Artworks, and Illustrations.
Towards the end December last year (2014), Time UK issued an onerous revision to its long-standing contributor contract.
Last month CAA (College Arts Association) widely distributed a damaging and flawed document entitled "Code of Best Practices in Fair Use For The Visual Arts."
On February 26, 2015 the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet of the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. Goodlatte held anothe
APA contributes to NPPA letter to Fairfax Country regarding photography permits.
APA is very excited to announce that Eugene Mopsik will represent APA and all visual creators on the PLUS Coalition Board of Directors, beginning 2015.
Social media sites can provide a vast network of marketing opportunities with little or no outlay of cash from users.
Our Business Manual is an essential asset for professional photographers, assistants and production professionals.
American Photographic Artists will continue to take an aggressive stance against the appropriation and use of works without compensation to the author.
Once again Getty Images has failed photographers, this time by making the bulk of its collection available to be shared online free of charge for non-commercial
While social media sites provide a vast network of marketing opportunities with little or no outlay of cash from users.
American Photographic Artists joined a courageous effort supporting artist and photographer Patrick Cariou by filing an amici curiae or ‘friend of the court'
APA Insurance Services (AIS) offers excellent equipment, liability and rental coverage.
The APA Member Pro Media Photo ID Card is specifically designed to help expedite quick check-in service at airports, as well as to facilitate the pro media...