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newbird Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Apr 2006Tue 11-Jun-13 12:02 AM
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"Protecting photographs while informing visitors"
Tue 11-Jun-13 12:02 AM by newbird

Neuville, near Quebec City, CA
          

Hi,

I find the strategy of Nate Zeman very interesting to both restrict unauthorized/unreferenced usages of his images while at the same time informing the visitors of his web site. If one uses this strategy with his name or web site address in the transparent band, those who copy the images would either spend a lot of time to erase the text or they would provide visibility to your site.

Look for the photos (not the examples of displays in rooms) at

http://www.natezeman.com/

and please tell me if this can be done without CS6.

Do you feel it would be a good method to use on Google+ where we can display very large images?

Thanks for your thoughts !

Yvan
Quebec Nikonian
http://yvanbedardphotonature.com

  

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blw Moderator Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004Tue 11-Jun-13 12:12 AM
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Richmond, US
          

Certainly - it can be done in Lightroom with a graphic watermark.

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newbird Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Apr 2006Tue 11-Jun-13 02:20 AM
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Neuville, near Quebec City, CA
          

Great!

How do you feel about his watermarking method? To me, it seems to be the most elegant and efficient method. Do you agree?

Yvan
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blw Moderator Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004Tue 11-Jun-13 11:11 AM
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Richmond, US
          

I think it won't stop folks who are determined thieves. It does look better than the typical intrusive watermark, though.

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newbird Silver Member Nikonian since 25th Apr 2006Wed 12-Jun-13 01:16 AM
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Neuville, near Quebec City, CA
          

I agree, but it much more work and will certainly refrain several persons from copying.

Yvan
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http://yvanbedardphotonature.com

  

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danshep Silver Member Charter MemberTue 11-Jun-13 04:21 PM
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My first thought was elegant and sophisticated.


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