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Wj9dwest

Scappoose, US
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Wj9dwest Registered since 17th Jul 2012
Wed 24-Oct-12 01:38 PM

Does the D7000 have a setting that allows me to add copyright info to a photo automatically? Thanks.

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four eighty sparky

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#1. "RE: Copyright Marking" | In response to Reply # 0

four eighty sparky Registered since 08th Apr 2011
Wed 24-Oct-12 01:29 PM

Yes. Page 243 of the manual.

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gkaiseril

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#2. "RE: Copyright Marking" | In response to Reply # 0

gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005
Wed 24-Oct-12 02:32 PM

Since the D7000 is a newer dSLR, there is an information setting to add your copyright to the metadata, file information, when the camera processes the image to a jpeg, nef, or other format. Prior to this the comments field was used to add copyright text. Note this will not put a watermark on the image nor in a print border.

Most post processing programs will allow the addition of copyright data in a number different possible fields. There is the Exif portion, the IPTC (International Press Communication Council), and Adobe's XMP (Extensible Metadata Platform). The IPTC and XMP are being standardized and provide a number of fields for usage rights, contact information, location, etc than just a basic copyright notice.

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