4. Rights Ownership

Copyright in an artistic work (including video programmes, photographs, graphics, music, etc.) belongs to the Author, and in the case of the videographer this will normally be the person who actually took the shot.

However, there may be circumstances where this might not be the case. It might be the person who chose the angle, the type of shot used, the exposure and settings of the camera but not actually the person who pressed the record button.

As video productions are quite often collaborative efforts, if the videographer or producer wants to ensure that they . . .

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