The same Internet that makes it easy to promote your work to a worldwide audience also makes it easy for others to download and reuse your work without permission. What can you do in your photography workflow to deter unauthorized use and also make it easier for potential clients to contact you?
In this article for CreativePro.com, I suggest practices that can help safeguard your work. I then step through how you can quickly use Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Bridge CS6, and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 to support this goal by limiting pixel dimensions, embedding copyright and contact metadata, adding watermarks, and doing it efficiently as part of your image exporting workflow.
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Protect Your Images on Social Media with Photoshop and Lightroom