Meet Exif, a way out of copyright issues

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Summary: A way out of copyright issues Time to stop unknown people and acquaintances from stealing your original visual content, your photos are precious and they require safety in order to keep that copyright value you must find the right way, through certain tools we can achieve that sort of control. We all are familiar with image piracy since it has always been a major problem over the internet's table, a designated seat as one of the destructive sons of bad old practices. A new way has gotten

A way out of copyright issues

Time to stop unknown people and acquaintances from stealing your original visual content, your photos are precious and they require safety in order to keep that copyright value you must find the right way, through certain tools we can achieve that sort of control.

We all are familiar with image piracy since it has always been a major problem over the internet's table, a designated seat as one of the destructive sons of bad old practices. A new way has gotten shape and name in the battle against piracy, it is called Exif.

All kinds of photographers want to share their art to be known, but often there is no safe bet on when other people will ignore copyright and simply use your original content without any kind of permit. Set ourselves at eagle mode in order to make sure that doesn’t happen is not the right way to go; neither does the trick the path of the watermark, since they aren’t really a total piece of protection, many can be edited with Photoshop or else.

Achieving recognition and get truthful payment for your work as a photographer is not an easy task to accomplish but it is due to make self-justice for professionalism.

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The Exif tool works through an embedding & sharing model designed for photography. The process is simple, you have to upload your photos to Exif and then it will automatically generate a unique set of HTML codes that any website can apply to put your photography in publications. This way other third party elements in standard process are reduced.

Embed, compromise!

This is beyond another way of content protection, since it can also be a chance for profit; through the embedding you can track those pictures, where they go, when they are used and in which posts were included. A photo embedded with Exif becomes interactive; a button will appear when you hover over the image, this shows a short but detailed info about the author, with name, website and contact; also letting you know where the photograph was taken and other crew involved.

When someone tries to steal an image protected by Exif this is what will happen: a black box appears, and an automatic redirection to the photographer’s Exif.co page will be the light at the end of that tunnel. The smart watermark, it’s called.

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The little downside of Exif’s is the fact that its pricing is not precisely cheap (yes, it is a paid app), it scales up balancing to the views your photo gets, nevertheless the chances for income and actual recognition are of great value for this light investment. The goal if this application is to enhanced the window of opportunities available for photographers to expand and give worth to each piece of their work; even though is not planning a campaign to directly stop piracy on social media, it is clear that it will aid in the long path of reducing the weight of image piracy around the web, do justice for artists in some way.

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Jefferson Da
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