One thing has been bugging me for a while. I've had a look through the forums, but I can't find an answer (although there are a few threads about putting the copyright notice onto the backs of prints, or adding the copyright notice to the EXIF data) - is there an easy, simple way in Photoshop CS2 to take a bunch of images, and batch apply a visible copyright notice / logo to all of them? Hundreds of them, in such a way that I can watch episodes of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 whilst drinking an ice-cold Pepsi shandy, and Photoshop just chunters away in the background question mark? It seems like something that would be incredibly simple - porn sites must do it all the time - but I'm baffled as to how. Furthermore, it would be great if there was a way of doing this such that the copyright notice is in a certain position relative to the edge of the image, no matter the size or orientation of the shot. I like to have the notice one pixel in from the bottom-left edge, although I do a certain amount of jiggery-pokery depending on the composition of the image (it would be odd to have the model "looking" at the copyright notice, for example, and of course it has to show up against a coloured background). There are a few forum posts about adding logos, but the tend to involve manually copying and pasting, and they don't account for variable image orientation.