Just be careful when signing the back of a print it doesn't telegraph through.
I like a softer pencil to sign the backs but rarely ever give or sell those. I generally matt n frame so I sign the matt on the left bottom with a date n maybe a theme or location on the right if it's called for.
I often wondered if there is a proper protocol for signing archival prints?
Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.
I refuse to use two or even one ' in spelling the word resume.
We don't use accents in English, at least the English I was taught in the 1970's.
I used to like to speak in an erudite manner but found it off-putting to the people I enjoy cordial discourse with most frequently and with great regularity.
Now let's start a thread about numbering editions...
If you are putting a print into a judged competition you shouldn't sign it anywhere so that if it wins the judges can't be accused of favouritism. I have seen cases where competition entry s have been disqualified because the photographers name was on the front of the mount.