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How To Watermark Photographs! [Copyright Photos]


October 1, 2012 by Abhay

Copyrighting work has become a necessity in this world of piracy. This can simply be achieved by placing a watermark over your photographs.

A watermark is a translucent digital impression which is superimposed on your photograph, so that no one can use or publish your photograph without your permission. This impression may be a copyright symbol, your signature, your logo or any image which you want to place on your photograph.

Many software’s are available on the web which can be used for watermarking. Some websites even allow you to watermark your photographs online. While the offline software’s include Adobe Photoshop, Google Picasa and many other’s.

We use FastStone Photo Resizer which is a free application and also has many other options like resizing, batch covert, batch rename, change colour depth, change dpi and photo adjustments.

To watermark your photographs, just follow these simple steps:

1. Download the free application here. Download FastStone Photo Resizer

2. Install and run the application, and select the photograph(s) on which you want to put a watermark. Add the selected photograph to the input list.

3. Now, click on Advanced Options and click on the Watermark tab.

4. Check the Add Watermark box and add the Watermark Image from your PC.

5. Now, select the position where you want to place the watermark. You may also manually offset the watermark image in X and Y directions.

6. Next, set the opacity as per your requirements, such that it doesn’t spoil the look of your photograph and press Ok.

7. Select the Output Folder where you want to save the watermarked photographs and then click on Convert.

And you are done!

I hope this help you out, keep following for more!

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