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Ownership - Can I reproduce work I have done for clients to include on my website or in my portfolio?



This depends on who owns the copyright and the rights agreed upon. If you own copyright, or have retained the right to copy the work, you do not need permission.

You do need the client’s permission if your client owns the copyright. Ideally, permission would be obtained at the time you are commissioned to do the work and you should include it in a written agreement.




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