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Author Topic: How to protect photo copyrights  (Read 1377 times)
JustinDonnel
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« on: December 04, 2015, 05:58:57 AM »

Putting text/words (like date, author name, copyright info, copyright symbol, etc) on photos is a pretty effective way to declare the ownership of these photos. And it's commonly used by many digital photo master. The difference lies between theirs and your signatures is the ways they used. Use a fancy tool can improve your signatures and photo beauties.

There are tools online, which are all allowed to add text signature, image signature, thus to protect your photo rights. Pixlr, PicMonkey, GIMP are the ones well-known, but they are not that easy to use when applying some specific signatures. So when this comes, you might want to turn to some other tools, like Mass, Win watermark creator and etc, which allows you follow 3 steps- add photos, add signatures & run -  to finish the signature things along with the beautified photos. Bokeh can be one of these needs. Find the best one suits you and create your unique signature.

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