Watermarking images


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Watermarking images

Among the various ways we're able to mark our images when we're creating a print layout, is to include a watermark. So, for example, if we're preparing sample prints that we want to show to a client, we may want to include our company name or website address as a watermark for those images. I'll go ahead and scroll down on the right panel in the print module, and we're going to take a look at the page section, because within that section, there is a watermarking check box. I'll go ahead and turn on that check box, and then I can click the pop up.

And, I can choose among my various saved watermarks, or go to Edit Watermarks if I want to create, or modify an existing watermark. I'll go ahead and choose TimGray.com, for example, and you can perhaps just barely see that we have a watermark in the bottom-right corner. If I decide that perhaps a watermark is little bit too subtle, I can go into the water mark editor, and then change the settings for that water mark. For example,...

Watermarking images
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Watermarking images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Lightroom 5: 05 Printing

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Photography
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Lightroom
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