All of us know that the best way to protect your digital photos on the Internet is by watermarking them, but sometimes to place the watermark on the photos is not enough to secure your photos. For example, look at these pictures.
|Original photo with a small watermark in the center
|We removed the watermark but added significant watermark footprint
We removed the watermark using photo editing software. Remaining defects on the restored picture are so invisible that the photo can be easily stolen.
Does it mean that watermarks in general are insecure?
Hello, I’m happy to announce the first update for Visual Watermark for Mac. It features 5 new features.
This feature allows watermarking landscape, portrait and cropped photos at once. If the watermark is too big to fit into a photo, Visual Watermark will scale it down to look similar on all photos.
New version of our watermark software shows watermark previews inside photo thumbnails. It allows to check the watermark is aligned properly on all photos and correct the placement if it doesn’t.
Drag Photos Directly to the Program
We’re tired of the standard open file dialog. Now, you can simply drag your photos directly to the program, and it will select them for watermarking automatically. You can even drag an iPhoto album to the program!
Visual Watermark saves your watermark template to the disc when you quit the program. When you start Visual Watermark to watermark more photos, you don’t need to create watermark template from scratch anymore.
These four features above turn Visual Watermark into a “drag-n-click” tool for watermarking photos.
Yes, we heard your complaints about cumbersome activation process. Now, it is much more straightforward.
Thank you so much for pointing us to problems and suggesting new feature. I appreciate your help!
P.S. This update is free to all our customers – download the program and replace your current copy.
As a self-employed artist, or photographer, you have to pay an ordinary income tax as everybody else does and additional “self-employment” tax which does not exist for people living on a wage.
Self-employment tax is social security contributions for a photographer/artist. Normally, when you are employed by someone else, the employer is responsible for these payments. However, when you are a freelancer, you must pay the full amount yourself.