...bend a little.
Been gnawing on a very important issue for a couple of weeks now...
this seemed as good a time as any to make a few changes, be more
about the ownership of my images here on the Path.
So I'll be adding an extra *voice* in the form of a watermark,
just to let people know it's proper birthright...the true maker.
Now when people steal my photographs ~ and this they will do, without a doubt ~ for their Pinterest boards,
or their own blogs,
or their own projects,
without even the courtesy of a polite, "may I?"
at least I'll know my name sailed away with it.
I've been resistant to add watermarks...don't really like how they interfere and
draw ones attention away from the real subject matter,
but now it's become more important to sign the work than worry about that.
I'll just have to try and make them pretty & palatable.
Painters have been signing the face of their paintings for eons...
do we ever say, oh why did he put his signature on it?
Enough ranting about that.
If you want to hear some hair raising personal stories, we can email privately :>]
Today's photo was previously seen on my December 15th post, but since it met with all the criteria for
considering my mental state and all.
The challenge was to think of a single word and then create a photo around that theme.
I used one of Kim's FREE textures, called Simplicity, which has a lovely, old newsprint feel.
The additional challenge for me was learning how to add a layer of type...
and another layer for that dang watermark.
What do you think? Can you live with it?