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My favorite movies include: Die Hard, The Shining, Alien, Predator, Alien vs. Predator, Star Wars 1-6, The Expendables 1&2, Rambo, and Return of the Dragon.
A good movie is like a good book: it needs a good set of characters, a storyline, lots of action scenes, some unexpected twists, a climax and a happy ending. Good movies are those that will capture the attention of the viewer and make them want to see it all the way to the end; a good movie is also entertaining and makes people laugh. Good movies come in all sorts of varieties and genres, from action, to horror or even comedy. A good movie is fun for everyone to watch and enjoy.
The person who took the picture has the rights to the photo as long as that person lives, otherwise the person can sell the photo. You can take photos of buildings, public art, and public sculptures, on your own property, on public property, on other people’s propert as long as you have permission from the owner, or any private property that has a “photography allowed” sign. You are allowed to publish all subjects that have signed a model release, buildings and locations that have a location release signed by the property owner/s, trademarks that you have written permission to use the trademark, or if your photo is newsworthy, and being published for the purpose of news. As a photographer, you have the right to sell photos of those that have signed a media release form, and trademarks that you have recieved permission from the owner of that trademark. If someone wanted to use a picture of old objects such as the Mona Lisa, or a former U.S President, they can because Leonardo Da’Vinci is dead and if that U.S President were dead than they have the right to use their image.
We see many different types of images every day, we can find these images in many different ways; television, magazines, ads, and more. Many of the types of images we see everyday are digitally altered, but there are some that arent such as things you see in nature, you cant modify a plant or an animal because they are real. Photographs and videos can change the way you think about them. If you were to take a picture and someone digitally altered your, image, it still belongs to you because you took the picture, no one has the right to alter something that is yours. If the person wanted to make it their original work you would have to be dead for more than five years, or sell your picture to the person. I think that it isnt right to take someone’s work and make it your own, that is called copyright or plaigiarism.
Something random we made in media arts. :)
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