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What should my watermark say?

Ideally, your watermark should cover at least 30% of an image. You can make the watermark semi-transparent it will still protect your photo but the watermark will seem less obtrusive. Using the right software, it's easy to place a transparent watermark to your photos.

What should I put on my watermark?

The bottom right corner is a standard location to put your watermark. A watermark in the corner is visible, yet it doesn't significantly detract from a photograph. (Any corner works, but most photographers settle on the bottom right one.) When a watermark is placed in the bottom right, it's usually kept fairly small.

What should my watermark be?

What Should a Watermark Look Like? I always say keep it subtle. A big obtrusive watermark does detract from the photo, and this is the complaint that I hear most of the time. Keeping your watermark in the corner with the opacity set to around 50% or less is a good idea.

Where is the best place to put a watermark on a photo?

The bottom right corner is a standard location to put your watermark. A watermark in the corner is visible, yet it doesn't significantly detract from a photograph. (Any corner works, but most photographers settle on the bottom right one.) When a watermark is placed in the bottom right, it's usually kept fairly small.

Should I put a watermark on my photos?

Photographers who share their images online and choose to use a watermark usually do so for four main reasons: They feel that a watermark will allow viewers to more easily find and quickly identify their photos and brand as images get shared around the Web. This can be hightly beneficial for marketing purposes.

What is the best size for a watermark?

If you make you watermark too small and have to scale it up a lot you will loose clarity and quality. Anywhere between 500 and 1000 pixels wide is a good size that will work for most image sizes.

What is a good opacity for a watermark?

Use at least 50% Opacity The lower the opacity, the easier it is to remove the watermark and the less visible the artifacts will be. It is mostly better to use an opaque watermark rather over a small area than a translucent watermark over a large area.

Should you put a watermark on your photos?

Photographers who share their images online and choose to use a watermark usually do so for four main reasons: They feel that a watermark will allow viewers to more easily find and quickly identify their photos and brand as images get shared around the Web. This can be hightly beneficial for marketing purposes.
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