Post # 600
Watermarking for Beginners
Watermarking with PicMonkey is simple, fast and so far is not available in the 'collage' format. I use it for single pictures where I don't need a collage. I use iPiccy for collages.
Pretty straight forward.
1. Open PicMonkey
2. Upload (bottom left of screen is the word upload)
a picture you have previously placed on your desktop or somewhere you can find
3. Add a frame if you like (I like Basic and Shadow with some colour changes)
4. Add TEXT (it is the P)
6. Making sure the text remains active (white line around it) change the font, the color, the size and FADE amount. The fade makes the text a watermark. It marks your picture.
When you like the look of your watermark click elsewhere in your picture to turn off text select.
If you like the look and are finished your editing, click on SAVE (bottom left corner of screen) and pick .jpg and Dimensions: (980 pixels most commonly, rest fills in automatically).
You will want to 'play around' with color, font, size, placement and fading until the use of watermark is not longer strange to you. Enjoy.