The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday defined what constitutes a photograph in the digital age.

At issue was a photographer’s objection to a T-shirt maker’s use of an altered, scanned image of one of his photographs. Jeffrey Hunter Mendler had agreed to take photos of the 1991 America’s Cup yacht race for the company, Winterland Productions Ltd.

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