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  1. #106
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    No need to print screen to paper, you can just print screen straight into your graphics program and not lose any of the resolution at all.
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    Physically add the watermark using photoshop and then lower the resolution by 'saving it for the web' Keep a copy of the original and you are good to go.
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    Cool

    ... wow I should run a class on how ppl steal images... some of you are clueless.

    by the way I agree with ghippleh the best way to show copyrighted images on the web is to lower the res and watermark = deface the image with your brand of choice (in a way as to not obstruct the image's content.).

    I don't like the wording of that but I think it should do for past my bedtime typing.
    :::yawns, rolls over, and passes out:::
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim_grib
    ... wow I should run a class on how ppl steal images... some of you are clueless.

    by the way I agree with ghippleh the best way to show copyrighted images on the web is to lower the res and watermark = deface the image with your brand of choice (in a way as to not obstruct the image's content.).

    I don't like the wording of that but I think it should do for past my bedtime typing.
    :::yawns, rolls over, and passes out:::
    I said the same thing about five or six pages back but as you say - most people don't seem to understand how the web works. Once someone is viewing a web page they already have a copy of the images on their computer so only by including the protection in the image itself can it provide any protection at all.
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    I guess that there is nothing more to say about that, so I will close this thread
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