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How to Automatically Add Copyright EXIF to Images From Your Camera

Even amateur photographers need to copyright their photos. Imagine you took the perfect group photo of your family and it ended up in a blog without your permission. There’s little you can do about brazen theft.
But if there were some copyright information on the photo, you could check the violation. Fortunately, it’s easy to add a copyright to the EXIF data on images straight from the camera. So why not turn it into a good photography habit?
How to Add Copyrights to Images From Your Camera Adding the copyright information to the EXIF data does not mar the original photo with an ugly logo. If someone crops the original or modifies it in an image editing program, the data stays intact. Most medium to high-end cameras of all brands have the feature—and all you have to do is enable it in the camera’s settings.
The screens are from a Canon 7D camera. You can find the copyright setting in other brands somewhere on the Menu/Setup screen as well. The symbol is commonly a spanner.
Press th..

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The Top 7 Photography Tips for Absolute Beginners

Photography is one of the hardest things I’ve ever learned—even harder than programming or learning to write well. Pointing a camera and pressing a button is easy enough. The difficult part is getting a shot to match your vision.
It took over a year to produce the first photo I actually liked, and to this day I hate 99 out of every 100 photos I take. It’s a tough hobby to pick up and an even tougher career to pursue.
But don’t let that dissuade you from learning photography!
I firmly believe everyone should learn some photography because it can improve your life and make you happier. If you’re an absolute beginner, here are a handful of photography tips I consider must-learn-first material.
1. The Exposure Triangle Photography is all about capturing light. Most beginners think the magic of photography happens in the camera body, but the true source of magic is light. A well-lit subject can be captured poorly, but a poorly-lit subject will never look good.
And to capture light well..

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