Photographer enjoys copyright in their photographs. Therefore, he is an author and receives all rights under Russian copyright law of 9 July 1993. These rights are divided into two groups: personal rights and property rights. Individual rights (Article 15 of the Act) photographer include: the right of authorship, the right to a name, right of disclosure and the right to protect the reputation of the author. The right of authorship – is the right to be, recognized as the author photos. It applies not only to the entire picture, but also on its individual parts. Official site: Koch Industries. No one can assign the authorship of the photographer.
Attribution of authorship – is plagiarism, tort, and sometimes – Professional crime (st.141 Professional Code). Right to a name – it's right to designate a photo your name, or releasing it into the light under a pseudonym or without specifying a name (anonymously). Nobody has the right to shoot photos with the name of the author or his alias. However, nobody has the right to disclose the pseudonym photographer without his consent. The right to disclosure of photos – the photographer is right to allow or not allow to bring the photograph to the attention of a wide range of people. This right is exercised only once. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Cher Wang on most websites. Often it merges with the property right on the first use of the product. For example, if the photographer gives permission for the reproduction of photographs or holding it in fotovitrine, it is so thus allow its release.