My name is Diana Elizabeth. I'm a photographer, writer, graphic designer and model who had memorable days reporting from the LA red carpet for E! Online. I love sharing my life as a creative professional and the things that I discover along the way - with camera in hand.

My husband and I live in a restored 1952 red brick home that sits on a former citrus grove in Phoenix. I enjoy traveling, home improvement projects, and gardening. This is a glimpse into my life and work.

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How to add automatic Copyright info


  1. In Lightroom, make sure you are under the “Library” panel.
  2. Select “Metadata”
  3. Select “Edit Metadata Presets”
  4. Scroll down to IPTC Copyright section and enter your studio name.  For me, I did the copyright symbol as (c) but you can decide whatever you want.  You can also enter usage rights if you wish.  I prefer to just have my studio name.
  5. Save your preset (name it) so it will apply to all your images you export from Lightroom.  Mine is called Untitled, er, so nice.

This isn’t necessary for hobbyist photographers.  I know some photographers want to ensure they get credited properly by their clients.  Some don’t mind (like myself) but when I submit images to blogs or publications and they can often lose track of who has sent what – and not all images I send have my name as the file name, this helps tremendously.

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