how to do a watermark with your name?

January 15th, 2012
Can anyone give me some pointers about how to watermark my pictures? Or, suggest a website/blog post I can read? I mostly use Picasa to edit.

Thanks, in advance, for helping out a newbie!
January 15th, 2012
in Search box (top right in this site) "watermark" and you'll see many links to previous discussions. Sure you'll find something to help you. Good luck!
January 15th, 2012
try fast stone resizer, you can either add text to a list of images at once or your own digital water mark, which is just a logo you can make in another program, but adding text is fast simple and easy with fast stone resizer. look around for free fonts that you like, add them to your windows font folder and create unique watermarks with text.
January 15th, 2012
In picasa i believe you can do a text box, you can watermark that way. Many editing programs have a watermark on export type button. I don't know about Picasa, I use Photoshop sorry.
January 15th, 2012
I much preferred Picnik to edit and the watermarking is very easy!
January 15th, 2012
if you use photoshop, then just make a brush of your name, save it & you can use it as a watermark anytime you want.
January 15th, 2012
Hi Krista, I use Adobe Lightroom alot, and there is an inbuilt feature to watermark all your photos. this can be from a simple text such as your name, or it could be a compliated image file created in programs such as Photoshop. I find it really easy to use, and for photos I don't want to have a watermark, i.e. family photos, I just have to untick the "watermark" box.
January 18th, 2012
Im using AAA LOGO then save as photo then using photoscape paste it to picture.. you can also use simple watermark using LR or photoscape or if you have photo watermark you can use both application
August 29th, 2013
A watermark software can help you.
Such as aPhoto:

aPhoto is a full-featured and easy-to-use software that allows you to add text and image watermarks to your photos. Protect your copyrights with a copyright notice or your logo. Or just add text comments to your photos.
September 10th, 2020
You need to discuss this with a lawyer who knows how to do this.
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