3 Ways to Add a Watermark to Your Photos in Photoshop CC

3 Ways to Add a Watermark to Your Photos in Photoshop CC

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In this video I'll show you three different ways to watermark your photos in Photoshop CC, so that you can choose the one that fits best with your w

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In this video I’ll show you three different ways to watermark your photos in Photoshop CC, so that you can choose the one that fits best with your workflow. We’ll cover placing embedded smart objects, as well as utilizing Adobe CC Libraries to store commonly used graphic assets.

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    Thank you, I have been looking for ways to add watermarks without upping my subscription on Adobe, but this seems to be the most simplest. I still do not understand Adobe deciding to take the feature off LR CC as it is in Lightroom Classic. But looks like I will upgrade my package so I can do this. Very good video thank you.

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    Yes! Photologo rocks

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    Excellent for a novice like me! All three techniques are very well explained for PS CC

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    Very Helpful! Thank You So Much !

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    The 3rd option is the best… Thank you for this tutorial.

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    Mahalo nui loa for the simple process…extremely helpful!!

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    Hi. I have some information in an excel file related to many pictures and I want to add these informatin to all their respective pictures at once in Photoshop 6 to save time. I know how to add watermark to multiple pictures at once but in this case every watermark is different. Please help if any one can.

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    Thank you very much. This was so well told that it was easy to understand. Very useful.

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    the 3 methods are the same, you're just adjusting opacity on the added logo, you should name the video "3 ways of inserting your logo on another picture".

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    Love that third method. Thank you so much!

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    Wonderful video! Thank you, will look into logo service.

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    Simple and informative tutorial, Number three will be my go to from now on. Cheers

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    Very helpful. I've tried a couple approaches and the three you provide here are the clearest and easiest. Thank you!

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    Excellent Tutorial.

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    The BEST watermark tutorial ever – thank you so much!!! Solution no. 3 is by far the most easy and useful.

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    Thank you very much for your excellent tutorial. You are very clear, give alternatives and the reason to choose your preferred option. All very useful for a non-techie like myself.

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