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I am listing a few photos on ebay and wondering if I should worry about watermarking them? Is this something that would protect the buyer that would be better for me as the seller?

 

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, but appreciate any input.

 

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I have sold hundreds of photos through ebay and never felt the need to watermark them. The photos used in a listing on ebay are very low resolution compared to the original prints and it's not like those ebay photos could be used to make good prints.


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  • 2 months later...

Some people watermark images to prevent them from being used by scam artists who pretend that they are in possession of the items pictured.

 

This has been a persistent problem in some collecting areas.

 

Not exactly related to your question, but thought I would throw it out there.

Don E. Wagner

 

www.soldiersmuseum.com

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