First, I want to say wow! I haven't posted in almost a month. No, I haven't fallen off the face of the planet. My apologies to all who read.
I'm going to be posting on some exciting things that are coming up. The first thing, I have a change to try out a ProPhoto Medium Format camera! It will be very cool. That will happen towards the end of the month, so expect some things to come out of that.
Right after I do that, I'm going to the Columbia, MO airshow. Should be a lot of fun. Lots of planes, including the Canadian Snowbirds! I'll be posting previews shortly after the event.
In June, I'll be going to the airshow at Whiteman AFB. The Thunderbirds should be there!
Almost forgot, I'll be going to the Sunflower Balloon Fest in Anthony, KS on May 8. Even Balloons are aviation!
Onto my main subject.
As a photography, do you register your images with the copyright office? If not, it's fairly easy to do, and doesn't cost that much. At the time of this post, it's $55 for registration fee. This will copyright your images, so if they are used anywhere else besides what you have licensed them for, it can be enforced.
I just went through and copyrighted some of my images, and plan to copyright all of them very shortly. There are many reason I have decided to register copyrights, but I will refer to The Copyright Zone. They have some great information, and if you go over the KelbyOne, they have classes. They may have classes elsewhere, so check them out.
So, have you registered your copyright? If not, seriously look into it. You don't want to be caught with your pants down or worse.