A while back I downloaded a freeware program (I think) that allowed you to type a line of html code on a website so that copyright info would show up on pictures. I THINK someone here posted about it....
I was deleting a whole bunch of stuff and think I zapped this program in the process. Can't remember what it's called and I haven't been able to find it while doing searches. (I know it's not PictureShark or some of the other ones I've found while searching...)
Does anyone know what I'm talking about? I'd like to add this to a few digital photographs I've taken recently of flowers, just so I don't see one of my pics on a greeting card or whatever. The program (?) doesn't actually alter the original .jpg file--just when it's viewed the copyright/watermark is visible, making it less likely that someone will copy it.
::Note to self: read what you're deleting before actually deleting it...::