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can I / how do I remove the "proof" watermark ?


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Easy!

Just pay the photographer for the photo and he/she will provide it to you without the watermark!

To use Paint.NET to remove it without the photographer's permission would be stealing... which we don't support here on this site.

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Watermarks are placed on images intentionally, not accidentally. They are there for a reason. Generally that reason is to limit use of the image or to identify the owner. In your case the former applies.

As BoltBait has implied, the photographer doesn't want you to use this image. So don't :wink:

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If it makes you feel better, that would be one tough watermark to remove anyway.

 

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