For those of you who do Portraits professionally, do you imprint your name on the front of any final prints? (Like Olin Mills - see their website for example. http://www.olanmills.com/) I hear many opinions. Some think this is tacky and others feel this is their right and helps protect/guard there copyright. Just wondering what the thoughts are around here. Some Ive seen opt for a signature stamp on the backside of the print which to me looks cheap. I personally think it looks more professional if it is neatly done on the front bottom corner in gold or silver. I know some professionals have been doing this for years - you see it on nearly every professional Senior Portrait (but not all). Whats your thoughts? Also - If you do imprint, who do you have imprint your name/company name on the corner of the wallet size (usually seen in gold for color portraits or silver for B&W portraits)? Do you do it yourself using a special tool or do you have the processing lab do this?