I'm new to Adobe lightroom and photoshop, and I was hoping someone could run me through step by step how to use.
I'm looking to learn 2 things, how do I know if my metadata is applied in Lightroom? So for example, if my picture was saved by a stranger on the internet, then my details will be 'ingrained' into the picture.
And also, how do I add my Copyright name to each picture all together, rather than one by one?
Hope someone can help me!
Thankyou in advance.
There's no way of stopping someone on the Internet from removing the metadata in your photo. (Or to state it another way, don't put it on the internet if that's your concern)
Yes, you can add copyright (or any other metadata) by select all the desired photos in Lightroom and then add the copyright to the metadata.
There are many very good tutorials on using both LR and PS out on the net. Some of the best are from Adobe and from people that work for/with Adobe.
A simple Google search for Lightroom tutorials will turn up many sites. For specific functions just include that function, term, in the search.
Like Lightroom adding copyright info