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Want to use a watermark file in Photoshop elements

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Apr 07, 2020

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I have a watermark for my blog and I dont know how to import it to my completed images?

 

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Is it an ordinary file like jpeg or PNG? If so you could open it in the Expert workspace and create a brush. From the menu choose:

Edit >> Define Brush

Give it a name E.G. My Watermark and save.

Then select the brush tool and from the pull-down list find your new  brush, usually at the bottom of the list.

You can then apply the watermark to images with a single click.

The beauty of creating a watermark brush is that you can adjust the size and opacity before applying it to individual images.

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Want to use a watermark file in Photoshop elements

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I have a watermark for my blog and I dont know how to import it to my completed images?

 

Thank you in advance 

Is it an ordinary file like jpeg or PNG? If so you could open it in the Expert workspace and create a brush. From the menu choose:

Edit >> Define Brush

Give it a name E.G. My Watermark and save.

Then select the brush tool and from the pull-down list find your new  brush, usually at the bottom of the list.

You can then apply the watermark to images with a single click.

The beauty of creating a watermark brush is that you can adjust the size and opacity before applying it to individual images.

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You can use the File>Process Multiple Files dialog to add a text watermark to multiple files.

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If you need more assistance, check out this tutorial.

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The above tutorial link is not available. Is there another link?

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Is it an ordinary file like jpeg or PNG? If so you could open it in the Expert workspace and create a brush. From the menu choose:

Edit >> Define Brush

Give it a name E.G. My Watermark and save.

Then select the brush tool and from the pull-down list find your new  brush, usually at the bottom of the list.

You can then apply the watermark to images with a single click.

The beauty of creating a watermark brush is that you can adjust the size and opacity before applying it to individual images.

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jpeg I opened a picture clicked on Edit and define brush is grayed out

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It will work with jpeg but the image needs to be quite small for a brush. Try cropping.

I usually start with a new document:

File >> New >> Blank File >> OK

Its then possible to set dimensions and resolution for a logo and to choose transparent background. Using:

File >> Save for Web means you can choose PNG24 which maintains the transparency.

 

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