How do I add tag lines to bottom of photos? Photoshop Express

Community Beginner ,
Jun 10, 2019 Jun 10, 2019

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Im trying to save myself a few steps.  I generally bring my photos into Indesign to drop in my logo and taglines, export to Photoshop for some resizing, save copies to a folder, etc....  Im trying to find a way to maybe do all this directly on my phone without going through these extra steps.  I downloaded Photoshop Express on my Android and it seems to have what I want almost.

I presaved my logo and tagline as a single PNG and placed in my Adobe Library.  When I import it as a watermark in Express, It doesnt bring it in at what should be actual size.  Although I can increase the size, its still wont go as large as I want,  Is there something Im missing or is this just how Express works?

If I am not explaining things well, please see the below images as an example...

Photoshop Express, Incorrect:

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Photoshop Desktop, Correct:

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 16, 2019 Jul 16, 2019

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Hi there,

That does not sound right, have you tried going into Photoshop Express's Preferences > Add Watermark, then tried changing the size using the slider?

Try adding a text watermark and see if you get different results.

Please let us know if it helps.
Regards,
Sahil

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Jul 16, 2019 Jul 16, 2019

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Adding text will go across the whole bottom easily.  I've tried resizing a

graphic different ways but it seems like it will only fill the width of the

white box like in the attached preview screen

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Jul 16, 2019 Jul 16, 2019

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I pretty much gave up and assume there just is no way.  I just ended up remaking my watermark to fit in the corner anyway.

This lead to another question though.  I have 2 watermarks now.  1 justified to the left, the other justified to the right.  I know how to add 1 watermark.  When I use a different photo, I may have to use the other watermark.  Each time, I have to go through the navigation to select it each time.  Is there a way to make both of my watermarks show up in the choices with all the other generic watermarks instead of just one at a time?

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