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How to Beat Real-time Copyright Infringers Version 2.0: A Savvy Approach for Creative Professionals
     

How to Beat Real-time Copyright Infringers Version 2.0: A Savvy Approach for Creative Professionals

by Emmanuel C. Flint
 

Are you an aspiring creative professional who primarily works on a personal computer? If so then you should know one important fact about the work that you create. People can see it without your permission, whenever they want. That's right, your being watched, even as you work on your computer - writing that manuscript, creating that marvelous digital painting, or

Overview

Are you an aspiring creative professional who primarily works on a personal computer? If so then you should know one important fact about the work that you create. People can see it without your permission, whenever they want. That's right, your being watched, even as you work on your computer - writing that manuscript, creating that marvelous digital painting, or design. Anyone with the right tools can see what you're doing, and duplicate it in real-time - second per second, as you make it. The same is true, even if your computer is not connected to the internet or network of any kind. Literary works are the most vulnerable to this assault against the creative process. Does all this sound the least bit disturbing to you? If so, it's because I've just given you a brief glimpse at the hindrances that can plague the life of a creative professional that has been marked by Real-time Copyright Infringers.

Why is real-time copyright infringement a problem? It's because this particular variation of intellectual property theft is perpetrated with the intent to hinder creative professionals from profiting on valuable work that they create. With enough cunning and planning, real-time copyright infringers can even claim an artist's work as their own, and get away with it. These perfidious clans of intellectual property thieves work in secret, and they use arcane methods to undermine artists' privacy. This book will teach you how to make simple adjustments to your artistic workflow, which will diffuse or totally nullify the ill-effects of real-time copyright infringement against your creative endeavors.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044331174
Publisher:
Emmanuel C. Flint
Publication date:
01/29/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
394,974
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Hello, My name is Emmanuel C. Flint and... One of my favorite forms of art is literature because it seems that all forms of communication can be derived from the written word; it possesses the power to inform, transform, enlighten and support the creation of various works, which can convey meaning in our lives. One can construct and deconstruct entire worlds with literature – not to mention lightening up the darkness with wonderfully arrayed words, as they would appear in ink, having been well-received on paper. In recent years I have labored much to gain some mastery thereof; thus, I have developed my own unique form of literary expression that has been baptized by my life-experiences, over the years. Apart from writing, I have been creating visual art since the age of ten. Many years ago while still in adolescence, I decided to pursue a "creative professional" career. During my high school years I sampled various kinds of art such as life drawing, painting, sculpture and foreign animation. By the time I graduated from college I had acquired many self-taught skills - most of all an intermediate knowledge of human anatomy that would prove most useful in years to come. In May of 2001, I graduated from Massachusetts College of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration. Thenceforth, I took up digital painting and worked as a freelancer for a few years, creating concepts and covers for small graphic novel-based productions. While trying to expand my horizons as a professional, I became interested in 3D graphics. At the time the visual graphics industry was expanding rapidly in both the video game and motion picture arenas. Computer generated art seemed like a limitless world that was full of grand possibilities. In time, I decided to enroll in Digital Media Arts College, where I earned a Masters degree in special effects and 3D animation. When I graduated from the program I was awarded the "Best of Show Award," for my graduate thesis demo reel production in May of 2006. Since then I have been working as a freelancer in 3D graphics. Alongside my freelancing endeavors I spend time developing literary works, with the hope that each will serve as a source of inspiration when I publish them. Ultimately, I aspire to take part in screenplay writing and production, hopefully after I gain some tenure as a novel writer, in the years to come. Although the majority of my work is Christian-based, it has the tendency to appeal to all types of audiences. I currently work and reside in Boston, Massachusetts (USA) where I operative under the business name of Digitalflint.com. Best Regards, Emmanuel C. Flint

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