Copyrights are rights to the results of creative and intellectual labor such as scientific, literary and art works, designs and photography, music and stage plays, and many more.
A person who created such copyrighted objects is called an author.
An author owns individual rights and rights of ownership. Individual rights are directly related to the copyrighted work – they are rights to the author’s name, to publication and to autonomy. Rights of ownership, or exclusive rights, pertain to the use of a creative work for commercial purposes. The latter rights could belong to the author or any other person; they could be sold and inherited.
It is important to correctly draw up suitable contracts, depositing of created objects, as well as protection in case of violation for your copyright to be secure.