Most photographers work hard in protecting their photos from being used by others. This is one of the greatest challenges that photographers are facing when it comes to protecting their work. Despite several techniques like watermarking and copyrights, protecting pictures has become nearly impossible. This article reveals some of the techniques required in order to protect your photos from infringement, ranging from preventing downloads from blogs, finding unauthorized usage of images and modifying your photo’s EXIF data. Let us take a close look at each of these techniques.

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PicGhost

PicGhost is an online tool that lets you edit, resize and watermark images in bulk.

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pdf_exploiter

PDF Exploiter is another multi-purpose PDF utility which will allow you to split, merge, encrypt, decrypt and watermark PDF Files for free. PDF Exploiter is an opensource software.

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watermarked_images

Watermarking images is a very popular way of thwarting image thefts. In the past, we have covered several freeware image tools and services which allow you to watermark images for free. However, if you are a webmaster, a recent post on the official Google webmaster blog might change your thoughts on watermarking your blog or website.

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PDF-Watermark is a free online tool that allows you protect your PDFs by applying a watermark.

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A collection of some unique image manipulation tools including tools to merge, split, annotate, resize images. Also mentions tools that you can use to put unique effects to your images.

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watermarking-lite-screenshot

Quite sometime back we had introduced you to a online service that would help you watermark your images for free, this included adding a custom copyright to any images that you may own and want to upload on the Internet. Adding watermark is definitely something you should do when you upload images on the web, [...]

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imarkr-watermarked-image-demo

Many blogs and websites use images to spice up their posts. Most of them are screen shots or images that have been created using image editing tools. Images can be easily copied by any person and used on their own sites passing of the images as their own. There is not much you can do about it as finding and tracking such image thieves is almost impossible.

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