The copyright act further defines the meaning of engraving, photograph, work of architecture, and work of sculpture through the various sections. These are reproduced as under:
- The work of architecture as provided under section 2 (b) of the copyright act means any building or structure having an artistic character for design or any model for such building or structure. To enjoy protection under the copyright, act the work of architecture must be located in India [Section 13 (2) (iii) of Copyright Act]
- Engraving- As per section 2(i) of the Copyright Act, 1957, Engraving includes etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, prints, and other similar work not being photographed.
- Photograph-Photograph includes photo-lithograph and any work produced by any process analogous to photography but does not include any part of cinematograph film as provided under section 2(s) of the Copyright Act
- The work of sculpture includes cast and molds as per section 2(za) of the Copyright Act.
Broadly the artwork could be categorized into two parts for the registration purposes