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    K9er Bevb's Avatar
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    Watermark software

    Can anyone recommend a watermark/copyright software for my images, I have Digimarc with CS2 but its very expensive for a limited amount of watermarks. I also have Visualiser, but you cant use the watermark without using the resizer everytime, anyone with suggestions would be apreciated.

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    Senior Member cyberlord's Avatar
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    Re: Watermark software

    I can't recommend as I haven't used any. But Google found this interesting link:

    Also this:

    Also you can use PS built-in text embedding to add you information. Half the image thieves won't even check this so they won't know it's there.

    You still have the most important proof of ownership, the original, especially if you shot it in RAW mode. Burn these to a CD/DVD and bring them to court.

    Last edited by cyberlord; 05-22-2006 at 06:35 AM.
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    Re: Watermark software


    I used the one I've reviewed in my blog. I had about a hundread of photos of a music band to make a gallery. I was asked by the musicians to place the name of their band on their photo.

    Here it is:

    Pretty nice utility to place semi-transparent text or image watermarks to your photos. The most interesting point is in it's able to process several shots at time. Really time saving.

    Hope, this helps.
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