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Defense for Foto Friday

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Doctor Whooves watermark

After hearing horror stories from friends who are photographers, I have decide to watermark my photos. While I can’t stop the images from wandering around the Internet, at least I’ll get the advertising. You never know when I might tape bacon to my cat and go viral.

Photo by John Scalzi. Used with permission.

Photo by John Scalzi. Used with permission.

Blogger John Scalzi posted this picture in Clearly You People Thought I Was Kidding. The Internet went mad. This led to a new page, The Canonical Bacon Page, and a exercise in fleeting fame:

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From A Lesson on Teh Intarweebs

(Yes, Scalzi is an unwitting model for my blogging. Also The Everywhereist & The Devil’s Panties. At the moment.)
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New trick: layer opacity slider

Show tomorrow. Will start show tweets this afternoon/evening. I plan to fiddle with hashtags, for reasons that will be become clear on Wednesday.

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Comments on: "Defense for Foto Friday" (6)

  1. Have you heard the song, “Rub some bacon on it,” by Rhett and Link? There’s a line that goes, “My cat explodes–rub some bacon on it.” Look it up on YouTube. It fits perfectly with your pic!

  2. How do I watermark a photo?

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