Open a photo inside of Photoshop, and go to File> File Info… There’s a tab that reads “Copyright Status.” In this dropdown menu, there are 3 options 1. Unknown 2. Copyrighted 3. Public Domain. When you have “Copyright Status” set to “Copyrighted” it adds a copyright © symbol into your Photoshop document window of that file, letting you know that the status is set to “Copyrighted” I would think that this metadata is also read across Google search.
While it’s possible to add and embed “copyright metadata” into your files from On1 Photo RAW, if you open that file into Photoshop and choose File> File Info…” And look under the “Copyright Status” tab, your files will say always say “Unknown.” Sure, “Copyright Notice” will show your name if you added it in Photo Raw. But “Copyright Status” will default to “Unknown” every time. Capture One also defaults to Unknown as well for some reason. As far as I know, Lightroom is the only RAW processor that allows for “Copyright Status” metadata.
When you use Lightroom, and add your copyright metadata, if you open a file from LR into Photoshop, and look under the “Copyright Status” tab, you’ll see that it says “Copyrighted.” In addition, the Photoshop document window that shows your file name will also show a copyright © symbol.
I would like to see this copyright metadata featured added.
I think this is an important adjustment that needs to be made.