The only way to protect your images online is with a watermark. I have seen people set up complex right-click protection to prevent people lifting their images from the web browser. This doesn’t work, you can drag and drop the images or take a screen capture and lift the images. Watermarks are the only reliable protection. Sure, someone can clone out the watermark, but they have to really be intentional about wanting to about that.
This Lightroom tutorial show you how to create a watermark that you can resuse. Once you have created your watermark from an image or text, you can access it from tons of places included exporting images, web galleries, slideshows and contact sheets.
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