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Why is this?

 
hania
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Aug 13, 2012 14:16 |  #1

I created jpegs in LR4, and saved them with a copyright.
When I re-import to LR4, the pictures appear without the copyright symbol, but then it gets put on all of them as if it was an overlay.

When I view the ipegs as icons, when its 304x304 or less, the copyright is not there (1st screenshot)

when size is 312x312, the copyright is there (2nd screenshot)

Not sure if resolution is good enough to see this, but it puzzles me.

Question: is it really there or is it an overlay that can be removed? (I had a system crash and lost originals)


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Aug 14, 2012 12:08 |  #2

Pretty sure the jpg format doesnt support any kind of layers so if its there, its there and cant be removed other than by painting over it or something.

That being said check your import settings, maybe its something to do with a copyright/watermark being applied at the time of import to an already copyrighted/watermarke​d image thats giving it that "overlay" look?


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