"Charlie Morgan says that if it weren't for digital photography, he wouldn't have a bustling business that specializes in publicity shots for musicians. That's because Morgan perhaps being a bit modest says he's not a very good photographer. He relies on Photoshop editing software to make his work look sharp.
But digital sometimes presents a puzzling problem.
When Morgan's mother and a client recently took CDs with some of his shots to a printing lab, the photo technicians spurned them. They said that since the shots seemed to have been taken by a professional, printing the pictures might be a copyright violation."
God bless the DMCA.
Copyright-worried labs reject some digital printing jobs