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When you need to reproduce copyrighted images, you need to get permission first. Published research and writing, whether business, academic or legal, does not exist in a vacuum. Books and essays often incorporate photographs or other images, not all of which are generated by the author. Those images, photographs, graphics and other related content are often copyrighted. With certain exceptions for academic or personal use, U.S. copyright law prohibits the use of the copyrighted material without permission.
A LegalZoom Permission to Reproduce Images allows you to provide detailed information about how the material will be used and the extent of its incorporation into your publication. The copyright holder will have sufficient information to make its decision and you will be well on your way to securing the rights to the material you need to complete the publication of your work.
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