If you're a professional photographer who assumed that slapping an obtrusive watermark across your work would protect it from being misused online, Google has some bad news for you. A team of researchers from the company has found a way to automatically and perfectly erase the watermarks used by popular stock photography organisations.
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Depending on your setup, it may be a challenge to get your site working fast enough when you post lots of media. I've experienced themes before that didn't respond well to multiple embedded Youtube videos, for example. But if your site is heavy on the images, you'll definitely want to look at ThemeIsle's advice.
Dear Lifehacker, My wife and I have a digital camera, and we love taking pictures. At last count, I have 20GB of pictures on a hard drive on my main computer. I have these backed up to a home server, but I am still worried. What if both hard drives fail, or there is a fire or a power surge?I have investigated cloud hosting, but this gets expensive at larger amounts of storage (I'd want 100GB to be safe). How should I back up my memories for peace of mind? Thanks, Happy Snapper
Want to fill your pictures with explosions, guns and saturated colours? Then Bayifier -- a web site which makes your photos look like they were shot by blockbuster director Michael Bay -- might be just the thing. Sure, it's not a 'proper' online image editor, but it'll help Friday afternoon pass more quickly.
Aviary Phoenix, a really powerful online image editor, used to charge $US25 per year for private online image saving and other select features. As of yesterday, though, the Phoenix editor's gone entirely free.
You might remember when we shared a cool way to make light-based art with an LED flashlight and a long camera exposure. Take it a step further by creating not just a light art picture, but an animated movie.