@Rod Hone, I beg to differ here. I've walked numerous cemeteries and have taken thousands of pics and some days, rain, overcast skies, shadows, ages, algae, dark blackened growths on the stones can all affect the outcome of the photos taken. thus, straight on maybe the worst shot a person can take...because the words, numbers, details may not be viewable. Also.. I don't take one shot, I may spend 5, 10, 15 shots even 20 trying to get all the details, including taking just sectional shots, zoomed in on details that otherwise can't be seen in a single photo. Therefore.. not all photos are the same.. not of tombstones, graves, or anything else for that matter. Spending 10 hours in a graveyard for only 40 pics, each pic has taken more than just a min or 2 to take.. just sayin
As for watermarks, I know about them, I've gone to hiding my signature & date within the photos now, as I don't have the programs mentioned here. computer crash .. haven't replaced programs. & after reading fine print on online photo sites for "changing pics, adding watermarks etc".. will not use online sites. After seeing the gallery opening of the so called "artist in NY" that gathered ppls selfies from fb and called it a collection, without ppls consents & he won in court.. I don't post my photos online any longer. Only wanted to help a cemetery project as I see genealogy as important to the future generations. But I also think that my descendants should be able to know when they do see something i created online, ie: photos of tombstones/cemeteries/ wildlife, ppl, things, etc or paintings etc they should be able to see it was me, and hopefully smile that they found something that was part of their Ancestor /gr.parent/gt.aunt etc life & smile over the finding of it. providing the name of the provider is reasonable, its not about ego, its about "source"
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