Copyright is used in Vidigami to establish that an image is owned by any individual that might have a private business or wish to copyright their work for any reason. When a copyright is applied to a photo, all members with access to it will see a watermark applied to the image. No user will be able to download or buy products through Vidigami Shop. In the Lightbox, you can use the description box to add the website URL to the page (e.g. photography business) where the image can be purchased.
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