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    Chef shapeweaver ©
    Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:15 pm Groupie
    When a chef adds a watermark to one of his/her photos, it is for more than just protection. It is a statement that the chef has created a recipe and a photo of that recipe that he/she is proud of. We do not mind others using our photos. But when the photo is used without acknowledgement of the work put into it, it is more than theft, it is a slap in our face.

    If the watermark used is too large and obscures the photo, I can understand that it should not be included. However, putting a small identifying mark in the photo does not detract from the photo and allows us to identify our work when others try to use it without our knowledge on or other websites.
    Mary at
    Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:19 am Staff
    This is something that the team is going to be discussing in length in the near future. It's a sticky subject, so hope to have more info soon!
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