Did you know a kid, when you were growing up, who had those perfect little labels sewn into her shirts when she went to sleep-away camp: “Susie Nitworth”? Those shirts were not going to show up in someone else’s cabin! Watermarking your photos is kinda like that.
A watermark is your first line of defense when it comes to unauthorized use of the photo by someone who discovers it on the web. It also offers a way to market your organization: the more times a viewer comes across your logo over a great photo, the more it will positively reflect and build your brand.
Following are three ways to create and place watermarks on your photos.
PLACING AN EXISTING LOGO ONTO YOUR PHOTO
If you already have a logo, here’s how to go about plopping it onto your photos in PicMonkey.
Step 1. Open your photo and logo in the…
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