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The part on derivative works would have answered a question someone posted recently.

 

"Derivative works – These are works that are derived from an original work, hence the term derivative. Only the owner of an original work can make derivatives of that work. As part of the creative process, you can certainly look to others' work for inspiration, but you can't modify someone else's work, even if you provide attribution."

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How do we deal with the composite photos such as the Ten collection over at FT with a lot of different images making up the picture. If each component, which will have been bought legally, only makes up a small part of the image can it still be sold for stock? Or can this kind of image only be sold if you own the copyright to every single element?

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