Re: Restoration Vs Copyright Laws. Any thoughts?
you are right of couse. I guess i was being lazy and hoping a pro-restoration artist might be able to paraphrase this for me or give me a basic outline of how to skirt around the copyright while still doing the work.
before the digital age they worked on the actual print, now we are blessed with this digital copy crap which opens a whole can of worms with copyright laws as photo reproduction is a mere scan away
i suppose you are correct, ill just have to start digging
as much as i hate your answer, it is probably the only real good one.
so in that regard, thanks for the crappy truth.
seriously though, thanks for the sound advice. i really just need to dig instead of being lazy
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