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Photography Question 
Lewis T. Beasimer
BetterPhoto Member Since: 5/30/2003
 

web image display & protection


If the photos are set up properly for a web site they should be low-res with a dpi of 72. From what I understand such images are too poor a quality for print.

No matter how much coding one does on a web page, the image can be lifted. If I were to place copyright symbol with my web site URL for example placed in a corner of the image I may be a bit more protected and can more easily prove "intent" if someone should lift the pic. But on the other hand I could think of it as advertisement.

Besides being displayed on someone elses site, or used as a wallpaper on someones monitor, what can really be done with this low-res image?


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7/7/2004 11:21:05 AM

 
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