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Biometric scanner on trigger (fingerprint) or viewfinder (retina) matches photographer to a preprogrammed library of photographers, and notes that person's name for inclusion in jpeg EXIF data or writing on the back of a print.
The applications are numerous, especially in my family, but awkward
to describe. Suffice to say, sometimes you just wanna know.
Yes, I know the technology is still just over the hills.
||Then you could be identified. I prefer anonimity.
||could this also be used to somehow authenticate weather images were taken by famous photographers? (you know, pictures of clouds and stuff)