Perspectives on Watermarks (and Various Methods to Protect Your Images)

Such useful information. Some new learning I need to do around protecting my images in the digital domain as an artist.

The Daily Post

Photographers sharing their perspectives on watermarks:

Jeff Sinon, Jeff Sinon Photography
Mary McAvoy, The Ripest Pics
Karla Aguilar, Traveller Soul
Richard Smith Jr., Reckless Pixel
Marcus Kazmierczak, Mkaz.com
Jen Hooks, Light Candy
Pam Kocke, Pyjammy’s {Identical} Triplets
Donncha Ó Caoimh, In Photos
Stephen McLeod Blythe, All My Friends Are JPEGs

Many photographers display watermarks — commonly known in the form of a visible marker such as text, a logo, or a signature — on photographs for various reasons, while others strongly prefer not to add them. Here, we’ve asked a handful of WordPress photographers their takes. You’ll read a mix of opinions from bloggers who take pictures for different reasons, their various experiences and methods, and links to other sources of information.

Like other roundups on The Daily Post that compile the best practices of bloggers, our goal is not to tell you what’s “right” or “wrong,” but to present a range of perspectives so you…

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Greta

A South Australian artist, Greta loves bringing colour into her collectors work and home lives. Her paintings are rich with texture, expressive mark making and energy.
Greta holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Hons) and a Master of Teaching (Secondary). A busy mum, Greta juggles teaching art to students of all ages and her studio practice. She has exhibited extensively throughout South Australia in successful solo and group shows, and her work is held in numerous private collections and corporate collections in Australia.
Greta loves travelling, exploring nature and painting.

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