It's pretty much common knowledge that the copyright of a photograph comes into being the moment you release the shutter and the image is saved to your memory card. It's fine to put a copyright notice on your images when you post them to the Web, and you have the right to try to litigate against anyone that uses your images without licensing the image or receiving permission from you. You've probably also heard through various Podcasts though, that although you have the right to try to get some sort of retribution for unlawful use of your images, without registering...
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