My watermark is too big? Really? That's the comment I got from my friends mom. That my watermark is too big. I have been sitting here trying to figure out why though. Is it really that big? Does it bother you? I told my friend that my watermark is for web images only for my own protection. I don't want people to copy my photos and claim them as their own or even just manipulate them in photoshop. Right now, if they do right click and save then it has my watermark at least. Ya know? I think what my friends mom thought was that they were going to be printed with the watermark. I don't think she's ever dealt with a photographer like me before. My friend told me she's always (her mom) just gone to Wal-Mart or cheap places like that where they edit the photos right then and there and order right away. Her mom was wondering why it was taking me so long (after 1 week only). I have tons of pictures left to go through and well I'm still on my vacation and actually have taken some time to edit quite a few of them but I am still not done with them. I'm about half way done I'd say. I'm pretty busy here too what with only 1 week left til I go back to Norway. Am I taking too long to edit them? I mean, considering my circumstances?
My friend really likes her pictures though. I told her that the images that are on FB or even my flickr are web only images. They won't be printed that way at all. Actually, now that flickr has changed I'm thinking I'm going to upload all their pictures there without the watermark (since now when you right click it doesn't let you save anymore) and they can see their pictures there the way they are going to be printed (except smaller resolution of course). I was going to use Mpix to upload the full resolution images and they can print whatever they want. Is that a good idea you think?
btw I love Mpix! The quality is awesome! And I love that they print *do not copy* on the back of each photo!