In a previous article we brought to your attention the changes to copyright law in the UK. Of note in that article was that one way of protecting yourself was using metadata to identify your work. A digital signature of a sort.
I recently ran across an article that details how to do this using Adobe Bridge. (A program I have but have only used once.)
We put the beginning of the article here, but you’ll need to follow the link to see the rest.
2. Open Adobe Bridge. I am not a fan of Bridge, but this is one thing it’s actually good at. You can also use free tools, but your mileage may vary.
3. Navigate to your images. If your images are organized into folders select View > Show Items from Subfolders and uncheck View > Show Folders. You should now be looking at thumbnails of all your images. Select all by going to Edit > Select All or Ctrl+A.