Do you know that... all of the images you see on this website
comes into effect as soon as a photo is created and remains
in place until fifty years after a photographer dies. "Copyright"
means that the person who created the image retains the exclusive
right to decide how the image will be used. There are several
different ways to infringe on a copyright. You might use a
photo without the photographer's permission. You might be
an artist and duplicate the photo in another medium. This
includes not just traditional media like paint, but also digital
manipulations achieved through your computer. Combining, altering
or scanning all or part of a photo to create a new image infringes
on the right of the person who originally created the photograph.
We protect the copyright on Mark's images, as Mark's images
are our business. We will follow up on unauthorized use, including
any use of a photo that exceed the terms granted. All of the
digital representations you see on this site remain the property
of Gallup Photography. Talk to us BEFORE you act!