How to Use conditional actions to add watermarks Photoshop CS6


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Using conditional actions to add watermarks

Here we're going to take a look at a new feature, which is a real time saver and the new feature allows us to write and to play conditional actions. Now at first glance this is going to seem a bit vague or abstract so let's make this a bit more clear and let's look at a real-world scenario where we can use conditional actions in order to speed up our workflow. And here the scenario that I want to look at is how we can add watermarks to our photographs, whether they're in this horizontal or landscape orientation, or in this vertical or portrait orientation.

So just for demo purposes I'll click on one image pull down the Shift key and click on another and then open these up in Photoshop by pressing Cmd+O on the Mac or Ctrl+O on Windows. All right. Now that we have these images open in Photoshop, let's open up the Actions panel. Here in the Actions panel, you'll notice that I have two actions, which I have written. One, which is for adding watermarks on m...

Using conditional actions to add watermarks
Video duration: 4m 47s 3h 33m Intermediate Updated Dec 11, 2012

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Using conditional actions to add watermarks provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers New Features

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