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How to Watermark Images in Lightroom

Watermark Images

Have you ever wondered why people Watermark photos? Maybe you have heard stories about two artists who lay their claim over the same piece of art. Of course, one of them is the rightful owner, while the other might just be trying to take credit for work they didn’t create. As a wedding photographer, you may have to face a situation like this. This can be unpleasant and might be damaging financially and emotionally! So one way to prevent getting into a situation like this is to consider adding a ‘Watermark’ to your images.

Watermarking your images in Lightroom could cut down the possibility of plagiarism. You might be able to save your intellectual property from being used without your permission or without giving the credit to you for your work. Even if someone removes the watermark and uses your image, you’ll always have proof that the image first appeared online with your watermark on it.

Watermarking your images in Lightroom is easy and you can learn it here if you want to keep your wedding photos protected from false claims.

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