One of the risks of publishing your photos online is having them 'taken' by someone else without any credit to the original author – you. Photo Labeler can help you prevent that.
This simple tool adds customizable labels to your photos. These labels work as watermarks, preventing or at least discouraging people from taking your online photos without permission. You can also use Photo Labeler to identify photos with the name of the place they were taking in, or add a personal message before sending them over to someone.
The great thing about Photo Labeler is that you can work with multiple images at the same time, and you have all the program's options neatly organized under a single window. Label's preferences include transparency, size, color, and location. Also, the program lets you choose between creating new images with the labels or overwriting the original ones.
However, there's one big con in Photo Labeler: it doesn't show you a preview of how the label will look like on your photo, before actually labeling them. I simply don't understand why the program's developers didn't think about that.
With Photo Labeler you can easily apply all sorts of customizable labels to your photos, either as personal messages or as a copyright watermark.