Adding Watermark Templates

Adding Watermark Templates

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Adding watermarks to your images is a great way of protecting your images after events. 

1. Customization Settings

To access your customization settings, from the dashboard select 'Account' from the top left corner, and from the drop-down menu choose 'Settings'

From your Account Settings page, select 'Customization'. Scroll down until you find the 'Watermark' section.


2. Add a Watermark

To create a new watermark, select '+ Add Watermark'

A pop-up screen will appear and you will be asked to select from a text watermark or to upload an image watermark. 


Text Watermarks

When you select the text option, you will first be directed to enter the text you would like to show as your watermark. 




Once you have entered in the text, you will be able to edit a number of details which will affect how it appears on images. 

Name
This is only for your reference. Naming the watermark will make it easier when you're creating a gallery.

Watermark Text
You again have the opportunity to adjust the text you would like for the watermark.

Font Style
Select from a drop-down menu what font you would like your text to appear in. You will be able to see each font on the image preview. 

Color
Select by ticking one box or the other. Your options for the text color are black or white. 

Scale
Use the slide bar to adjust how large you would like the watermark to appear on the image. 

Opacity
Use the slide bar to adjust how opaque you would like the watermark to be. It can range from solid to almost non-existent. 

Watermark Location
Select from the square grid where you would like the watermark to sit. There are nine options available. 


Image Watermarks

When you select 'Upload Image Watermark', you will be directed to upload your image. 

When the image has uploaded, there are a few details you will be asked to set. 

Name
This is only for your reference. Naming the watermark will make it easier when you're creating a gallery.

Scale
Use the slide bar to adjust how large you would like the watermark to appear on the image. 

Opacity
Use the slide bar to adjust how opaque you would like the watermark to be. It can range from solid to almost non-existent.



3. Create

Once you're satisfied with how the watermark appears on the image preview, press 'Create' and your watermark template will be saved for future use when creating or editing galleries. 




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