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    Rabidgoose - Reefkeeper Moderator

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    What watermark tool/program does everyone use? I know some have said Photobucket but I can't find it on there. A list of any free ones would be helpful.

    thanks........chuck
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    Crow - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabidgoose View Post
    What watermark tool/program does everyone use? I know some have said Photobucket but I can't find it on there. A list of any free ones would be helpful.

    thanks........chuck
    I think they ment Photoshop to watermark an image. Any image editing program will allow you to watermark your images.

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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    To watermark in photobucket, click on the image, when it shows the enlargered version, click on Edit. Within the Edit mode, click on Decorate and one of the options is a text box - play around with it till you get what you want. Once you've marked it, you have click on "Replace Original". You can also watermark in photoshop, using the text tool.
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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    I have a program called iwatermark which is very handy. It allows you to resize and watermark hundreds of photos at a time. Just load a folder worth of pics and click ok after you have your watermark set up in it.

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    ReeferRob - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    I have a program called iwatermark which is very handy. It allows you to resize and watermark hundreds of photos at a time. Just load a folder worth of pics and click ok after you have your watermark set up in it.
    Sounds awesome, can it be found on the net for free or is it a paid program?
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    Wy Renegade - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    +1 ^, going back and watermarking all my photos one at a time is really not very appealing.
    I collect PEs, and I'm always looking to trade for ones I don't have yet.

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    Argent - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I just add my watermark image as a 2nd layer on my images and then adjust the opacity until it looks good

    then I flatten and save as a JPG and go about my business
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