Why amateur photographers should watermark their photos before sharing them online

amateur photographer using a Canon Digital IXUS 850 IS jpg When you set out to learn how to be a photographer you might think that your photos are not worth anything and that anyone can use them as they want to.

When do your work cross over and becomes something?

When you have been taking photographs for some time your photos will start to become better and they will be worth something. At that time it is a good idea to watermark your photos to protect them from stealing and misuse.

When it is too late

To be sure you do not start watermarking too late it is a good idea to use a watermark tool from the beginning, this way the watermarking process will be a integrated part of your publishing process.

TSR Watermark Software for amateurs and professional photographers

Written by Anders Thue Pedersen,
Published: Saturday, May 3, 2014

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