you do realize that if you display the image in a browser without the
watermark, simple drag and drop can copy the image as is (eg without the
On Sep 17, 2010, at 6:21 PM, Gary wrote:
> ""Gary"" <gp...@paulgdesigns.com> wrote in message
>> Is there a way to insert a watermark on an image as it is being uploaded
>> to the image file, then removed when it is called from a database to be
>> viewed on a website?
>> The rational behind this is I have a photographers site I am doing, and I
>> am limiting the size of the images somewhat to reduce pilferage and I
>> would like to be able to show the images a little larger, hence with a bit
>> more clarity and detail.
>> Thanks for your input.
> More info.
> I was asked off board where the watermark would show, so I am sorry if I was
> less than clear. The watermark would show on an image that is being
> downloaded from the server. If this were to work, I could let viewers see
> an image with a size of 640px in width to show clarity, (they are only able
> to see an image now with a width of 250 px now) should they decide to help
> themselves to it, it would download with a watermark on it, but the
> watermark would not appear on the web page itself.
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