Easy Photo Watermark, how to add a watermark to photos

“How to add a watermark to photos? I need an app to watermark my photos, but I need one that doesn’t reduce the image quality and also can watermark a batch. Can anyone suggest one for me? Thank you.”      —— Answers Yahoo

When you post photos online, you never know what will happen, someone may copy and republish your artwork for any purposes without your permission.In fact, photos can be protected through copyrights, a most commonly used way is to to add watermark to photos.

A watermark can not only protect your images from unauthorized copying and use, but also it is a great way to brand your photos so that others can recognize them as your work. To add watermark to photos, you need to get a Photo Watermark. Here, you can turn to PearlMountain Photo Watermark.

PearlMountain Photo Watermark protects your photo’s copyright by adding image watermark, text watermark, logo to digital photos in batch mode. It can help you batch watermark you photos with a few mouse clicks.

      

Step by step to add watermark to photos

Step 1: Choose your desired template

Download, install and run Photo Watermark, then ,a Watermark Template Choosing dialog will pop up, select a watermark template and click “Load”,  then this template will be applied. You can edit it in main window of the interface.

Step 2: Add photos

Click “Add” or “Add Folder” button to add your desired photos, all the photos will be displayed in the preview area. You can manage and preview images after being added.

Step 3: Add watermarks

Add watermark for your image copyright protection, you can add image and text watermark to the image, the text font can be edited, besides, you can also manipulate the position, size, rotation and opacity of watermark freely.

Step 4: Apply border

Switch to “Border” tab. Check “Apply Border” box then the Simple settings are live, then you need to decide how large of a border there should be around the photo. You can set the border parameters by choosing pixel or percent to change the width of the border, and the border color is black, which is set as the default color.

Step 5: Format, resize, corrections…

Choose output image format, if possible, resize, corrections can also be applied to the photos.

Step 6: Start watermrking

Click “Browse” button next to “Destination Folder” to select a place to save your photos. And then, click “Start” to start watermarking progress. After conversion, your watermarked images can be found in the destination folder.

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