Copyright begins at the moment an image is created.

This means that when a photographer takes a photo, a copyright is created as well.
A photographer owns the copyright to their images from that point, with one exception: if they’ve signed a contract signing ownership of the copyright over to someone else, such as their client. Furthermore specific rights may be licensed to parties in exchange for compensation.

If you would like to know more, please follow this link to the Library of Congress:

U.S. Copyright Office: Circular 1-Copyright Basics
Library of Congress: Copyright Office

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