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    Last Friday I posted on a blog an exclusive one-on-one interview I did with Intellectual Property Attorney Ed Greenberg, where Ed dispelled many of the most common myths and misconceptions about copyright, shooting in public, model releases, and more. Well, the response and flood of emails I have gotten on that interview has just been through the roof. Ed was just an absolute wealth of information (it was actually a part part interview running nearly 20 minutes---but worth every minute). Some people are calling it the best thing I've run on this blog yet, so if you haven't seen it yet, here's the link to the videos I posted on Friday. The interview will appear in this week's Episode of Photoshop User TV (posted later today), but you can hear the interview now (I posted it here on the blog on Friday so it…

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    If you've been reading this blog for the past month or so, you've read my posts about photographers being harassed when shooting in public, and a lot of readers have chimed in with comments about what we can and can't shoot, what our rights as photographers are and aren't, our interpretations of copyright law, and so on. There's just one problem; we're not attorneys. So, I contacted New York-based Intellectual Property Attorney Ed Greenberg, who's a published author on the topic, and who has been dealing with photography copyright, contract, and creative rights issues for over 30 years, to finally get the straight no-nonsense scoop on all this. Ed is absolutely brilliant; he communicates in Plain English (and with a great sense of humor as well), and he cuts through the bull and gets right to the point (which is why we now have…

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