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Am I violating any copyright laws if I take a picture of the

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Am I violating any copyright laws if I take a picture of the outside lights & building of a casino in Las Vegas and post it on a business video?

Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.

To answer your question directly, so long as you yourself took the image, you own the copyright to that image. The outside lights and the buildings are open for individuals to film. As a consequence there is no violation of any law when you yourself take a picture of something that is in the open, and then use it for your own marketing or other profitable business venture.

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