I've been reading the Copyright, Design and Patents Act and photographs are deemed as artistic work. Copyright law is that my work is copyrighted for 50 years after my death (to end of calender year) OR 50 years after the work is made available to the public. However... "If the work is computer-generated neither of the above provisions applies and copyright expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the work was made." Okay so am I right in considering my digital images to be computer-generated? And if so, does that mean that my film images have a potentially longer copyright? Okay, 50 years is still a long time and this may not be much of an issue for now and probably will never be; but I'm interested all the same. EDIT: I am clearly not a lawyer. Please don't use the info here as 100% accurate; I could be completely mistaken.