Did you removed all Presets individually from Watermark Editor?
Also, Have you Exported the File out of Lightroom (with Watermark) and then reimported to edit?
Is so then,you would need to edit them in Photoshop toremove Watermark
Also make sure no watermarks you created do not appear in location
Windows Location : Users\App Data\Romaing\Adobe\Lightroom\Watermarks
Mac:- Users\Library\Application Support\Adobe\Lightroom\Watermarks
I use a Macbook Pro. All watermark presets were deleted from my Mac. I
exported the file out to a folder called Social Media. Then I reimported
back into Lightroom and the watermark is still on the photograph. I will
try to see if the watermark can be removed in photoshop. I¹ve been working
with one photograph before applying a watermark to all of them. It would
seem to be a frustrating process to do each individual photograph in
Photoshop. Thanks again for your help.
Do you still have those orignal Pictures in your Lightroom catalog or your computer that you previously exported to "social" folder with the watermark?
Is so,you can use/reimport them again in Lightroom
Once a water mark is placed on an Exported image it basically can't be removed unless you use Photoshop to clone over it. It is part of the exported image.
But you can Re-Export the original image and leave the check box empty, Unchecked, to place a water mark on that exported image.
I have the same problem but I tried to import the orgional photos to Light rm & they appear greyish & it won't let me do anything with them! Can anybody PLEASE help me??????
I have the same issue but I tried to import the orginals & the screen shows the images but they are greyish! What can I do to re-import these pics? I need them ASAP! PLEASE HELP!
The images are grayed out because they are already imported.
There is no need to re-import, just export again without the watermark. (uncheck Watermark in the Export dialog)
I tried that & it didn't work. So I played around with it long enough to take the originals & it kept the corrections & was able to send them to their rightful place. Thanks for the suggestion though.