Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing, and Sharing Digital Images–by ASPP trustee Chris Reed
Chris Reed’s new book, Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing, and Sharing Digital Images, published by Peachpit Press, hit the book shelves this month. Chris is a member of the board of trustees for ASPP, a member of our West chapter, and has presented on many ASPP education panels around the country.
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In addition to his work as a copyright attorney, Chris is also a professional photographer, a rare and uniquely valuable combination of skills. Experienced in copyright, intellectual property and media law as well as a professional landscape and travel photography, Chris expertly shares the creative, logistical and legal aspects of producing and licensing photographic works. With a first-hand approach, he covers copyright protection, enforcement and enhancing digital workflows with popular software such as Lightroom®, Photoshop®, and Acrobat®.
More about Chris Reed: From his days as an intern with NPR to his current role as a lawyer in the entertainment industry, Chris is perfectly suited to speak as both artist and lawyer. He recently served as senior advisor for policy and special projects at the U.S. Copyright Office, where he advised the Register of Copyrights on a variety of issues relating to copyright law and policy. Chris was involved in several of the Register’s landmark speeches and publications, including The Next Great Copyright Act, and The Next Generation Copyright Office: What it Means and Why it Matters, as well as testimony presented before Congress. Prior to joining the Copyright Office, Chris was an attorney with the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he worked principally on matters relating to the entertainment and media industries. Notably, he participated in the United States’ investigation of the proposed Google Book Search Settlement Agreement and the investigation of the Comcast and NBC-Universal merger.