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Thread: watermark

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2011


    i know i have seen it inhere but can't find it no more,talking about watermarking the works we done? i know they are not all masterpieces for all but they are for us who made them.
    Is there any decent program,easy to use to serves this purpose?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    You could try creating a new layer containing your signature or trademark image, then change the opacity of the layer to allow sufficient transparency for it to work as a watermark.

    If you are talking about digitally encoding your work, it looks like there are a number of options available, some are free. The question I'm interested in, is what happens when you find one of your images has been used without your consent.

    If you search the forum for 'watermark' I think there are a few interesting threads from over the years.
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