Creative, Easy and Fast process of Watermarking using Custom Brush in Adobe Photoshop Elements

It has been a long time, I am talking to my friends about some creative, easy and managable way of Watermarking my Photographs. Today I got one reply on a Facebook Group @ http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=276006039434&topic=13547 After coming back home I tried this method and liked it... Its one time job to create a nice Brush and just stamp all the photographs in future... Here is a short description about how this can be achieved: 1. Create a Transparent Layer in Editor 2. Create a Text Layer and create the watermark you want to see on your Photographs 3. Make it fancy by using Bevel Effects (See last post about more details) 4. do all resizing and other style settings 5. When you are done with final Watermark, Go to Edit>Define Brush 6. You will see your watermark as last Brush in Bursh-PaletteWatermarking is an essential part of Photo sharing and getting popular over time. Everyone has different watermarking styles and photographers tend to experiment with various forms of same watermark. Today we are going to share one of the creative ways to watermark photographs and with max ease & flexibility. 


Here is a short description about how this can be achieved: 
1. Create a Transparent Layer in Editor
2. Create a Text Layer and create the watermark you want to see on your Photographs
3. Make it fancy by using Bevel Effects (See last post about more details)
4. do all resizing and other style settings
5. When you are done with final Watermark, Go to "Edit">"Define Brush"
6. You will see your watermark as last Brush in Bursh-Palette

It has been a long time, I am talking to my friends about some creative, easy and managable way of Watermarking my Photographs. Today I got one reply on a Facebook Group @ http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=276006039434&topic=13547 After coming back home I tried this method and liked it... Its one time job to create a nice Brush and just stamp all the photographs in future... Here is a short description about how this can be achieved: 1. Create a Transparent Layer in Editor 2. Create a Text Layer and create the watermark you want to see on your Photographs 3. Make it fancy by using Bevel Effects (See last post about more details) 4. do all resizing and other style settings 5. When you are done with final Watermark, Go to Edit>Define Brush 6. You will see your watermark as last Brush in Bursh-Palette

Now time is to use this brush for Watermarking: Open your Photograph, select the brush you created and apply it...

It has been a long time, I am talking to my friends about some creative, easy and managable way of Watermarking my Photographs. Today I got one reply on a Facebook Group @ http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=276006039434&topic=13547 After coming back home I tried this method and liked it... Its one time job to create a nice Brush and just stamp all the photographs in future... Here is a short description about how this can be achieved: 1. Create a Transparent Layer in Editor 2. Create a Text Layer and create the watermark you want to see on your Photographs 3. Make it fancy by using Bevel Effects (See last post about more details) 4. do all resizing and other style settings 5. When you are done with final Watermark, Go to Edit>Define Brush 6. You will see your watermark as last Brush in Bursh-Palette

Here is  FINAL result :

It has been a long time, I am talking to my friends about some creative, easy and managable way of Watermarking my Photographs. Today I got one reply on a Facebook Group @ http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=276006039434&topic=13547 After coming back home I tried this method and liked it... Its one time job to create a nice Brush and just stamp all the photographs in future... Here is a short description about how this can be achieved: 1. Create a Transparent Layer in Editor 2. Create a Text Layer and create the watermark you want to see on your Photographs 3. Make it fancy by using Bevel Effects (See last post about more details) 4. do all resizing and other style settings 5. When you are done with final Watermark, Go to Edit>Define Brush 6. You will see your watermark as last Brush in Bursh-Palette

2 comments:

sunil deepak said...

I think that it also important to say that don't be too paranoid about watermarking your pictures. Not all may have a SLR but today almost everyone takes pictures with their cellphones. Thus, for any place, you search on internet and find hundreds of pictures to choose from. So sometimes I feel that by big and intrusive watermarks, people spoil their own pictures and frankly, many of them are not even worth stealing! :)

VJ Sharma said...

Completely agree ! But at the same time I have seen folks stealing 'out of focus' images as well :) ... but for a photographer, it's important to decide which one should be watermarked or not. Because at times, it may spoil your brand as well.

I have done similar mistakes in past and many of the followers/friends pointed that in time :)

Thanks for your valuable comment.

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