Following on from the success of our AP Rights lens cloth, Amateur Photographer has uploaded a free, downloadable copy of your photography rights, for you to print off and keep handy in your wallet or camera bag.
To download click HERE, print it out, fold it over and pop it in your wallet!
To keep it protected from the elements, you could laminate the business-card sized reference and keep it close at hand to remind yourself and those around you of your rights as a photographer.
Download the Photographer’s Rights Card Image.
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