Looking at the screenshot you can clearly see:
- The name of my photograph
- The time and date that I uploaded the
- A unique id - assigned to me, and me only.
And those 'extras'
Well, if you hover your mouse over the 'Preview' button, you get a
little thumbnail of the image you have copyrighted.
And yet another 'extra' for photographers - free backup of your images
This free backup is essentially a by-product of the service. When you
copyright your photographs you upload them to a remote server.
There they all are - copyrighted, and stored. Not stored in reduce
format, but the entire file. If
you shoot in RAW the original RAW file is stored
, not a
you do shoot in RAW you won't be able to see the thumbnails, like the
one in the screen shot above. What I do is upload the original RAW
file, then upload a low quality JPEG too. That way the original RAW is
copyrighted, and I can see what the photo is from the thumbnail of the
JPEG. If you don't shoot RAW simply ignore this!
You have complete access to your uploaded images (password protected).
So if anything disasterous happens to your hard drive, no problem!
Log on, and all your original image files will be there for you to
There is more good news too. If you stay subscribed, you get complete
functionality and can upload more and more images.
But if you decide to 'unsubscribe' your images are not lost. In fact, they stay available to you for ten full years
after unsubscribing. And the copyright is maintained for those ten
Click to find out about the service I use and start
protecting and copyrighting your pictures (and get a free photo backup
service for free!)