Protect your rights and copyright your photography today.
Protecting the rights to your photography has never been easier than with Click
and Copyright. With just a few clicks, you can
register a copyright on your photography, ensuring that your rights as a
photographer are protected. In fact, we’re able to process most photography copyright
orders in under 24 hours!
With copyright protection, you secure the rights to your photography as your own,
giving you sole permission to distribute and sell your photography, as well as to
use your photography in websites and online. If you’re serious about your rights
as a photographer, copyright your photographs and protect your intellectual property.
Copyrighting photography gives you long-term options for deciding how your photographs
can be used. Click and Copyright can register your photography copyright within
24 hours to ensure that your rights are protected for years to come.
Do I have to pay for and copyright each photograph separately?
Absolutely not! You can file for copyright protection on an entire collection of
photography all at one time. Additionally, Click and Copyright offers
flexible copyright plans to suit all artists. We even have an annual copyright package that allows
photographers to submit photographs for copyright protection throughout the year
at a discounted rate, allowing them fast photography copyright protection as their
works are completed.
For over ten years, Click and Copyright has been helping artists and creative professionals
just like you secure copyright protection for their works. In addition to helping
you file your photography with the US Copyright Office for copyright protection,
we offer other helpful forms and guides to help you protect your rights. Click here
to learn more about what you’ll receive when you choose Click and Copyright to file
your photography copyright.
What about a Creative Commons license?
Copyright protection protects your rights to your photography. A Creative Commons
license gives others rights to your photography. Only a copyright will protect your
rights. If you’re interested, we have additional information on the benefits of
copyrights vs. Creative Commons licenses.