The images need to be open in the Editor e.g. showing in the photo bin. Create a new folder for your watermarked images. Then click File >> Process Multiple Files Add your text in the caption/watermark field on the right. Select open images as the source Select your new folder as the destination (that will prevent originals being overwritten) Then click OK
The images need to be open in the Editor e.g. showing in the photo bin. Create a new folder for your watermarked images. Then click File >> Process Multiple Files
Add your text in the caption/watermark field on the right.
Select open images as the source
Select your new folder as the destination (that will prevent originals being overwritten)
Then click OK
Consider making a watermark brush. The information on the brush can be applied anywhere on the photo, i.e. you don't have the constraints of Process Multiple Files.
It watermark appears in a separate file. I selected the photo followed the instructions and opened up the file I placed on my desktop for the photos and I have the photo without the watermark and a file with the watermark only. What did I do wrong?
which you want to watermark.Open them. You should see them in the project bin
Go to File>process multiple files>Labels>watermak. Enter the text, etc
I have done that a dozen times. When I open up the new file I have the photo I was trying to watermark with nothing on it. And a PSD file with my watermark. How do I get tithe watermark on the photo.
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I take it that you want to watermark only one picture file at a time. If so, you can simply open your picture file and use the Type tool.
This is very frustrating I do not use photoshop. all that much beyond the basic because I want to take a class to better understand this software. I found your most recent direction on the web also, once again I get so far and cannot complete the task.
When you say Assess the tool. The only place I see tools are along the left side. Is this the correct place and do I select anyone of them? If this is not the right place then where do I look? I see nothing that says Assess tools or tools in any of the drop downs
When I select one of them I can adjust the tool but can not find how to change font or color.
A lot of the instructions on the web are written as I the person knows the software somewhat.
Thank you for any additional help for a true beginner to your software.
Great instructions - one question - using this method, how do you change the opacity?
Open the picture file
Access the Type tool.
Select your font and the font color, which should contrast with the background. On the tool's option bar, select the pt size - - you are not limited to the sizes in the drop-down - - you can enter a larger size if needed
Position the text.
Thx for help!
I am having problems putting a watermark on my pictures. When I do it in the process multiple files option, my font comes out incredibly small, even thought i put the font size to 72 pt. What can i do to fix this??
There are two variables here, viz. the pt. size and the resolution of the picture file.
Unfortunately, you can't go above 72 in the "process multiple files" dialog.
When employing the type tool, you can exceed the 72 pt value by typing in a larger number, but that is not a batch process.
Consider making a watermark brush. This is very versatile.
So how would I change the resolution of my file? Does the change how my picture looks at all? Would that fix my problem at all? I like the way I can put my water mark on all my pictures in one easy step. But like I said it comes out incredibly small.
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Go to Image>resize>image size. You can ascertain the resolution in this dialog.
For web work, 72 px/in is ok. For printing, 240-300px/in is the recommended range, although I have printed below 240 with good result.
Try resampling copies of a few of the picture files to see how they look., then batch process the watermark.
Unless you have a very large number of files that are candidates for the watermark, a brush is the way to go in my opinion. You can apply the watermark with a simple left click, place it where you want, use the font color of choice, and enlarge or reduce the watermark size readilty with the bracket keys on the keyboard, as with any brush. And the brush is there to use again on subsequent sessions!
When I use Watermark by Processing multiple files I want our company color used for the watermark. I enter the RGB codes for the color and click OK. On 2 folders this works great, with the 3rd folder the font is a comlete other color eventough I used the same RGB code. What am I doing wrong? the colorcode is 242, 8, 132
When I use Processing multiple files for adding a Watermark I want the watermark to appear in our own company color. So at Color I fill out the RGB code 242, 8, 132 and click OK. On 2 folders it worked perfectly, but when I did exactly the same routine on the 3 folder the fonts showed up in a strange brown/orange color instead of the magenta I wanted. Can someone please tell me what I did wrong?