There is an option in the Export dialog to include a watermark on the exported photos, you can create one or use an existing one if you have one, if it is a graphic watermark, as against just a text one, it has to be in PNG format for it to work. Once created they are available to you any time you wish to use them. Good luck
Don't mean to butt in but, I have done that, and my watermarks are still not appearing on my photos. I have to open them in Photoshop and insert a text box (which if there is a way in Lightroom, I don't know how to do it. Only had Lightroom for a few days) I've uninstalled Lightroom and reinstalled thinking maybe something happened in the download, and I've restarted my computer several times just in case. I'd tried with the generic copyright that it has, and have created three to see if I could get one of them to work. When I export the Watermark box is checked off and I've selected different ones to see if anything would work. I signed up for the year and I really don't want to pay for this if I can't get all the services. Please help, it's annoying me.
You can create watermarks in LR. Could you explain in more detail how you are exporting the photos from LR. You say the box is off, this needs to be selected and the watermark selected.
You are probably exporting as originals, in which case no edits you have done will show up, and Watermark will be greyed out.
In the Export dialog, choose jpg, psd or tiff under File settings > Image format.
I mean checked off as in there is a check mark in the box.
This is what I did:
Created new watermark
Edited photo in the develop module
Exported photo to desktop folder
When exporting I selected the watermark check box (there was a check mark in the box) and then selected a watermark, and exported.
Every watermark I have created, and the "custom" one that came with the program does not appear on my photo.
Is that better?
You have chosen jpg, which is fine.
Watermarking is further down in the dialog, and not showing in your screenshot.
But if it's checked, it should work.
Are you sure that you're looking at the exported file, and not the original?
To make sure, create a folder on your desktop, and do an export to that folder, and check the file.
How are the opacity setting and position setting in the editor set in LR, and are you using a specific font, as there was previous bug which I thought was sorted, which was connected to a font?
Thank you so much everyone!!! It must have been the font I had picked, because once I changed that it worked!!! You guys were a great help, thank you very much!