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04/07/2010 07:06:16 PM · #201
Originally posted by cpanaioti:

Originally posted by KarenNfld:

Originally posted by karmat:

To be perfectly honest, after the first week or so, I don't even notice them anymore.


You don't notice them when they're smack dab in the middle of the photo? I do, and they're HORRIBLE!! Absolutely horrible. I detest them.


It depends on the image whether it's distracting or not. On some it just blends in.


I guess I haven't seen one like that yet. I can't imagine a watermark across the middle of a photo blending in.
04/07/2010 07:29:17 PM · #202
Not just the middle but I have not seen one in the middle that I don't hate either.... A white logo on a black image is distracting.... as would a black logo on a white image. Nothing much I can do about it :shrug:......
06/14/2010 12:05:11 AM · #203
oops i thought this was the dpl thread

Message edited by author 2010-06-14 00:06:12.
06/19/2010 09:39:10 AM · #204
I just don't look anymore.
06/19/2010 11:19:50 AM · #205
I'm actually finding them less annoying than I though they would be.
06/19/2010 11:22:01 AM · #206
When I first clicked open Oliver's red ribbon shot in HDR, I thought he'd left the Photomatix watermark from the trial version on it and had STILL won a ribbon... :-) (Then I realized it was the DPC watermark.)
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