A few cameras allow copyright ownership information to be included in EXIF data that is automatically attached to files at the time of shooting, but this is not a common feature and is not where mo
In UK law and most other countries, a copyright statement is not formally required, but if you use one (and you should) a valid copyright statement comprises 3 essential elements
- © - the in
Metadata is textual information embedded in an image file. Not all image file formats are capable of holding metadata, but JPEG, TIFF, PSD and most digital camera RAW formats support it.
No statement of copyright ownership is required by law, and its absence does not weaken the protection of copyright.
The short answer is that you cannot.
Watermarking can be of two types, visible or invisible.