“Best” Way to Watermark Your Images

This is a good tip for photographers who are afraid that their images will get “borrowed” without their permission.

I like how it gives you control of the color you can give your watermark instead of just a translucent white shade which you normally get when you setup a preset in Lightroom.  The only thing I don’t like about it is you have to use Photoshop.  Photoshop is normally no longer part of my workflow when post processing images since Lightroom basically has all of the things I need.

I normally only go to Photoshop for those major changes (e.g., making people thinner, removing unwanted objects in pictures, etc.).

It is still something to consider though.  Now the only thing to do is to come up with a good logo. 🙂

 

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Plagiarism in Photography

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been reading some news about photos or articles related to photography being plagiarised.  It’s quite sad that people are running out of ideas and even sadder that it’s in the world of photography where ideas can be readily re-imagined or interpreted differently.

There are two cases I’ll be highlighting – Jasmine Star and Mark Solis.

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Esplanade Bridge, Singapore – My Happy Place

The Esplanade Bridge is one of my favorite places in Singapore.  It is actually my happy place.  Every time I am near this bridge I make sure I go and check it out.  It’s my happy place because it brings me back to a time when my life was simpler, basically good memories.

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