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February 20, 2018

Celebrity Sued for Paparazzo Photo, and Recovering Images: Hot Topics on theLoop!

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theLoop is a great place for members to connect with each other, share information/advice, get image feedback, and overall - a place to go if you need help. Become a member so you can "stay in the loop," and if you already are, then head over to theLoop to see what everyone's buzzing about. 

Lots of great discussions have been happening, so here are a few of the top posts in the back half of February 2018. Check them out, provide some feedback, and perhaps even learn something new!

Celebrity Sued for Paparazzo Photo

This PPA member has a question about the gray areas of copyright. If a paparazzo takes a photo of a celebrity, and that celeb posts that picture on her social media, can the photographer sue the celeb for infringement? That's what's happening to Jessica Simpson, and this Looper seeks some insight into how this works.

Additional Client Wants Access to Images

How do you handle scenarios when someone other than your paying client wants to use photos you took? Particularly when they have contributed to the photo, whether with designs or property, etc.? Weigh in on this photographer's question on theLoop!

Recovering Images

This Looper needs to recover some images from a CF card that was reformatted, and needs some recommendations about how to go about it. Can you offer advice? Log in and join the conversation!

And there you have 'em, the top posts from theLoop! Remember to check out theLoop frequently as new discussions are posted daily. It's a great way to catch up with fellow PPA members! Not a PPA member? Join today!