Add Your COPYRIGHT to Your Lightroom Images EN MASSE!


In this video I demonstrate how to add your copyright info to all of the images that are already in your Lightroom catalog in one fell swoop.

*In case you’re wondering, I didn’t want to add the copyright to every image in my Lightroom catalog because my catalog contains stock images that aren’t mine. I didn’t want to add my copyright to those images.

If you didn’t watch the video where I demonstrate how to create a Metadata preset that adds your copyright to your images as you import them, watch it by CLICKING HERE.

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Gear and settings used for the Golden Lion Tamarin image:

Nikon D500:
Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 VRii Lens:
Sony 120GB XQD Card:
Sony XQD/SD Card Reader:
Peak Design Camera Strap:

Manual Mode with Auto-iso
Spot Metering Mode – metered on the Tamarin
Single Point Focus – focused the Tamarin’s eye
Auto-white balance
1/80, F8.0, iso: 6400 at 200mm

Most of the animal pictures were taken with that setup although for the eagle, I used a different lens:

Nikon 200-500mm F5.6 Lens:

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