What measures do you take to protect your work against Internet piracy?
Exhibit with a small size and resolution. Otherwise feel free.
I keep most of my work on my own personal hard drive, so there isn't much chance to steal my work. However, I know when I start to put my images online, that I'll have to make watermarks to protect them.
I guess I dont really do anything to prevent it. Some of my photos have my watermark on them but I dont really think that is enough, someone could always just take that off. However, I dont have many of my photos online.
Jade Sperry (jadedphotography.me)
I usually search my name and the name of my site. I also have a Creative Commons license with all my work. If someone contacts me to ask about a picture I've taken that they'd like to use, I just ask them to give me the original photo that they want to use.
None. It's not an object of my worries.
i post low quality images on the net
We watermark all our pictures with our logo and the owner of the picture adds his watermark also
I copyright my work. If you're posting images online, you can bet people are going to misuse or steal your work. Here's my problem with sites like Pinterest and Tumblr: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvmIH3GcWPA I recorded an entire explanation and how to remedy the issue of misuse and internet piracy.
normal licensing, I often also use CC-BY-NC license. I rely on the current legislation for copyright violation of something happens
watermark and i always make more little the photos, the originals (and of curse de RAW's files) i never publish it.
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