How to Add Copyright Information to your Images

How to Add Copyright Information to your Images

By Joseph Cristina

In this tutorial, professional photographer Joseph Cristina gives you some insight into orphan work and how to avoid this by making sure copyright info is attributed to all your photos. What is orphan work? This term refers to any content, photo or video, for which the creator cannot be found or contacted. That means that this content is now public domain, so anyone can use that content without paying royalties. To avoid this happening with your work, you can add copyright info right in your camera, or add it to your images after shooting by using AfterShot Pro 3.

You will learn how to fill out the metadata information for your photos, including name, address, phone number, etc. Once you have this information entered, you can easily copy the image settings and paste them into other photos. This process is quick and easy, and will ensure that all your work is copyright protected.

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