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    How to easily watermark your pictures - DIY

    Watermarking using your name/company name

    First go to http://www.faststone.org/ to Download FastStone Viewer 4.6

    Launch FastStone program, click on file in the top left corner and open.



    Select the folder containing the pictures you wish to watermark (1&2) and click open (3).



    Highlight the images you wish to convert.



    Click right, select tools followed by batch convert.



    Click on browse to select the output folder.



    Click on create new folder.




    Name your new folder (1) and click ok (2).



    Check the rename box (1) and enter the name you wish to use to rename your pictures followed by ## (ex: Clown##) (2)



    Now click on advanced options



    Select resize (1), check the resize box (2), select a new size for your pictures (3) and click ok (4).



    Select text (1), check the add text box (2), write your name or company name (3), click font (4), select the font of your choice and click ok (5), select the position and opacity (6) and click ok (7)



    Click on convert to convert/watermark your images.



    Your pictures are now being watermarked, click ok when finished.



    Double click on the folder containing your watermarked pictures.



    Double click on any picture of your choice to verify your work.







    This DIY is also available for download here http://stewartreptiles.com/Articles/Watermarking1.pdf
    Last edited by Stewart_Reptiles; 05-19-2012 at 12:38 PM.
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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures - DIY

    Watermarking using a logo

    First go to http://www.faststone.org/ to Download FastStone Viewer 4.6

    Launch FastStone program, click on file in the top left corner and open.



    Select the folder containing the pictures you wish to watermark (1&2) and click open (3).



    Highlight the images you wish to convert.



    Click right, select tools followed by batch convert.



    Click on browse to select the output folder.



    Click on create new folder.



    Name your new folder (1) and click ok (2).



    Check the rename box (1) and enter the name you wish to use to rename your pictures followed by ## (ex: Clown##) (2)



    Now click on advanced options



    Select resize (1), check the resize box (2), select a new size for your pictures (3) and click ok (4).



    Select watermark (1), check the add watermark box (2) and click ok (3)



    Click on … to select a watermark image.



    Select the folder contenaing your watermark image (1&2) and click open (3)



    Select the image that will become your watermark (1) and click open (2).



    Select the position for your image (1), select opacity (2) and click ok (3)



    Click on convert to convert/watermark your images.



    Your pictures are now being watermarked, click ok when finished.



    Double click on the folder containing your watermarked pictures.



    Double click on any picture of your choice to verify your work.







    This DIY is also available for download here http://stewartreptiles.com/Articles/Watermarking2.pdf
    Last edited by Stewart_Reptiles; 05-19-2012 at 12:41 PM.
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