You think you are
correctly protected
against photo theft?

And if it was wrong?

Your photo protection habits:

fill in the metadata associated with your photo.

publish your photos in small format or in low resolution.

publish yout photos by adding a watermark.

use the reverse image search to find your photo.

use other solutions, do nothing or don’t publish your photos on the web.

* résults from a survey conducted by Imatag

These measures have their limits:

Entering the metadata of your photo could be a good practice if the majority of websites and social networks do not delete them ...
Your photos are therefore stripped of all information about you.

Adding a basic watermark to your photo wasfor a very long time the most common practice although it spoils your work a little ...
Everyone can easily delete your brand today and use your photo at the user's wish

Posting your photo in small size in principle prevents its use while allowing you to show your work ...
It was without considering new technologies that allow today  to transform a low resolution photo in HD.

Querying the web through reverse search to find the uses that are made of your photos can work properly ...
Provided that your photos have not been modified to change its appearance.

Imatag knows these limits, that is why we go beyond:

This picture of ©Laurent Gudin seems defenseless?

Think again!

An invisible and indestructible watermark protects it.

Our crawlers track the watermark inserted in the pixels of this photo to detect its uses.

Anyone can find its original metadata by searching this image on IMATAG’s Image Search Engine.