This case involves a man who owned the copyrights to 10 photographs of himself that showed his body and face in several different poses. The man had taken the photographs himself and never used them commercially. A film production company was making a murder mystery movie and used several of the photographs in a scene where a light box is turned on by one of the characters and it has the photographs hanging from it. The scene in the movie was approximately 90 seconds long. The light box that had the photographs was only visible in the background of the movie for thirty seconds. The photographs were obscured by other objects in the scene and the digital camera did not focus on the light box or the photographs exclusively. The photographs and the light box image were out of focus for much of the time, and the camera was focused on the foreground. The man and only a few other acquaintances were able to identify the photographs as the man’s work.