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Making and Placing Watermarks in Photoshop Elements

As cardmakers we love to share our work with one another, but putting up photos on the internet means they are out there for anyone and everyone. When you see watermarked photos not only are those people protecting their creations and art work, but also the stamp companies art work as well. As easy as it is for someone to steal a photo, it is just as easy, these days, to steal the stamp designs and print them digitally. This may not seem like a huge deal, but as hard as you work on your cards, stamp designers, company owners, etc. work equally as hard to put out beautiful stamps and everyone deserves credit where it’s due. Watermarking your photos is a great way to protect yourself and make sure no one can pass off your wonderful, beautiful projects and tutorials as their own and a great way to help stamp companies protect their images. So today I am going to share with you how to create a very simple watermark in Photoshop Elements and then place it on a photo! You can watch the video below to see exactly how easy it is to do!

ENJOY!



Today’s post was completely a video tutorial as I feel that is the best way to show this process. If you are interested in trying Photoshop Elements free for 30 days you can head to the Adobe website below. However, if you want to purchase the program I highly suggest doing a direct download from Amazon. It is a much cheaper price and as soon as your purchase you can start your download!

I hope you all enjoyed today’s video and found it helpful! You can find both links below! Thank you so much for stopping by today! Happy Crafting!!


Click the Photo to be taken to Amazon

Adobe Photoshop Elements Website

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