Cryptograph the Images you send to your Client

This is important for Photographers.

You could use a simple PDF writer like Doro, but it does not give you the necessary cryptography to ensure that you don´t lose your pictures.

There are two main points to observe:

1) Your client want privacy about the images. If you send a DVD with no encryption, the images can be seen by everyone.

2) You are sending images to your client for him to choose which will go to a album you will produce. In this case, to avoid the client to use the images without permission, you can create a PDF using Adobe Bridge, with small images and then use a software to encrypt the file and ad a validity date.

I recommend A-PDF Password Security that have several interesting functions and have a good price for the benefit (US$27). Link: A-PDF Password

What you can do with this software:

– Encrypt your PDF files with 128-bit cryptography.

– Remove PDF encryption, including in several files at once using password pool.

–  You can permit or not, printing, copying or changing the file.

– Edit PDF metadata, like title, subject, author, several at once using batch mode.

– Very important: Add Expiry date. The viewer will need a reader with Javascript, like Adobe Reader. You can specify a message that will appear after the expiry date.

– You can choose a folder to be monitored. Every file saves to that folder will be automatically encrypted.

Enjoy!

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About edgarneumann

Sou fotógrafo e professor de fotografia especializado em fotografia sensual e nu artístico. I'm a photographer and photography teacher specialized in sensual and nude photography.
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