The author has the right to claim authorship of the work. This right is only respected by the obligated, in the event that the name of the author, in relation to the work, is mentioned in a manner that the public considers as the identification of the author. The form of this designation basically depends on the customs of the particular branch. However, it regularly will suffice to mention the name, family name or pseudonym of the author.


The object may be banal - the photograph may be not. Photographs can be copyright protected, if they are sufficiently "individual".