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The Best Way to Watermark Your Images in Photoshop

With the rise of blogging and media sharing websites like Pinterest and Tumblr, it has become more and more important to protect your images. In this episode, we show you an easy way to watermark for photos!

How to Make a Custom Brush of Your Logo

First, place a black version of your logo onto a white background. This logo can be something professionally made, or your signature created using a tablet. Make sure your image size is relatively large, so you can scale it down rather than up and get the best image results. Five hundred to a thousand pixels large works great.

Then, go to ‘Edit – Define Brush Preset’ and name your brush. Your brush tool will now be in the shape of your logo. Go to your Preset Manager to adjust the order of your brushes and bring this custom brush up to the top of the list.

How to Adjust Your Brush to Add a Watermark

Use the brush tool to paint the logo onto your image. If you create a new layer first, you can transform the size and blending mode of the watermark after the fact. Overlay is a great mode for keeping it subtle.

Then, select a major color from your image and set the watermark to that color in order to further blend it with the image.

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21 Replies to “The Best Way to Watermark Your Images in Photoshop”

  1. Why won't it let me click "Define Brush Preset"? It will let me choose the Define Pattern option right under it though.

  2. Could you please give an information about How to make brush smaller or bigger? This exact brush watermark that you showed here.

  3. With deep respect, you are very knowledgeable, but please breath, you talk so much it is hard to keep focus on the information. yet, thank you for offering good information.

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