In this video we will go into more detail about the photographer's copyright, what rights you have as a photographer and what claims you have as the author in the event of a copyright infringement.
Here the most important things are summarized again.
- Moral rights: As the author, you have the right to publish, distribute and exploit the work. Naming someone’s name is also part of their personal rights.
- Copyright: You also have the right to decide whether to use the image commercially. This means that you can decide whether and under what conditions the image can be used.
- Protection against changes and manipulation: As the author, you also have the right to prohibit changes or manipulations to the work that would impair or distort the work.
- Exploitation rights: The exploitation rights include the reproduction, distribution and making the work publicly accessible. These rights can be transferred by the author to third parties.
Finally, I would like to point out that this is not legal advice or, in case of doubt, it does not replace it.