image protection technique?
Posted 18 June 2004 - 06:37 AM
Does anyone know how you do this? I was not sure if its a script that has to run on a website, or if there is someone way you can add that protection (as a roll-over perhaps?) to an individual image. For example, a photo of mine was recently requested by a local park district for their website, is there a way I could add this feature to an image hosted on a website I do not control?
Any information would be appreciated!
Posted 18 June 2004 - 09:46 AM
I'm not one of those "image Nazis" who has to control or profit from every possible use of a picture, and I think the beauty of the internet in sharing images, but I also think there is nothing wrong with limiting people's ability to copy my work. I realize not everyone feels this way, but I bet a lot of photographers who sell their work do. I also think this is much less intrusive than a watermark, or unsightly copyright notice in the corner.
Thanks for responding, I appreciate your input.
Posted 21 June 2004 - 12:37 AM
Posted 21 June 2004 - 02:41 PM
Mcgallery Pro stops image copying by turing the image into a php page .. but image quality is somewhat lost. http://www.mcgallerypro.com/ and it also costs money.
Gallery does havet he most features for free I am sure, but I had some huge problems with it on my server, it does require a lot. (but i guess thats what you get for more features)