A Warm Winter Day – Through The Eyes Of A Toddler
Lilyannah, my toddler, has taken some interest in photography (and videography). I have noticed that more and more she wants to take time to set up her scene and focuses on what it is that has captured her interest. If she is not satisfied with the outcome she will try again.
She knows that I transfer the photos and videos to my computer and that this blog is set up. So, one day she asked me if she could put her photos on here too. She chooses which photos are added, the blog post titles and the photo titles. If she seems to be having a difficult time coming up with title names I will offer a few suggestions. Sometimes she picks one of my suggestions or it may sparks something within her to come up with something of her own. So, because she is enjoying it so much this little space is dedicated to her art. It’s her own space. Her portfolio.
Why Our Photos Are Watermarked
Branding is vitally important. Our watermarks are an extension of our brand and were developed with a very specific purpose in mind. We want every image processed and shared to have our watermarks on them. We don’t know about you, but when we see an interesting image online, we immediately start to look for who took it, and, typically, want to check out more of their work. Our images are ours and by law are not to be used without our permission, but it still happens.
By placing a watermark on images that we upload, we are trying to ensure that I receive some credit for my work. When that image is posted elsewhere on the Internet we will at least have our watermarks with our website on them the bulk of the time. The alternative would be to never share our work online. We choose to share. Regardless, of what your opinions are on watermarking our photos will have them. We typically have 4-6 watermarks per image. Images that are for sale will not contain the watermarks on delivery, but the signature at the bottom will remain. If we find our pictures being used without permission we will take action against you.