Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving graphic watermark presets, part of Lightroom: Presets.
Making a watermark that contains a graphic, like your company's logo, is very…similar to making a text watermark. Except that you need to create that…graphic in advance. And that graphic needs to be one of two…formats, either a JPEG, in which case it can't have transparency, or a PNG file,…which can have transparency. So you could put the PNG file on top of a…photo as a watermark. And be able to see through around the…objects and letters in that logo. Here, I prepared a PNG file in Photoshop,…and this PNG is a transparent graphic. However, here in Lightroom, it looks like…a solid graphic. That's just a quality of the way that…Lightroom displays PNG files. Let's see how this transparent graphic…looks when we put it on top of the photo as a watermark.…
I'm going to select this photo, not the PNG file but the actual photo and that…could be a JPEG or a RAW file. Here I have a RAW file.…I'm going to select this photo, this one happens to be a RAW file and then I'll go…up to the Lightroom menu. That's the Edit menu on the PC, and I'll…
- What is a Develop preset?
- Installing Develop presets made by others
- Building your own Develop presets
- Applying and layering Develop presets
- Making copyright and contact metadata presets
- Building import presets
- Making file-naming presets
- Creating text watermarks
- Making export presets
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1. Develop Presets
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3. Export Presets
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