Open your album in Organizer.
Adding a Watermark to Your Photos
To set a watermark for the whole album, go to Album Menu and select Watermark from the dropdown.
If you want to create a text watermark, enter the text you’d like as your watermark. By default, your screen name will be displayed, but you can replace it with custom text.
You have a number of different options for your watermark. For example, you can modify the font, position, color, size and opacity of the text. Or, if you have an image logo that you would like to add as your watermark, click Upload Image and select the image from your files.
You can also access the watermark manager for your album from the Customize window. Select the Watermark tab and click to enable and you will go straight to the manager.
Setting a Watermark on Individual Photos
If you want to add a custom watermark to individual photos. Go to the photo that you would like to customize and select Watermark from the dropdown menu.
In the Watermark Manager, select Custom watermark for this photo, and then add the text or image you want. You can also modify the settings to change the font, color, size, etc.
You can reset the custom watermarks to the album preset at any time by going to the Watermark Manager and selecting Inherit watermark from Album. You can also choose to remove it at any point by selecting Disable watermark for this album.
If you want to add borders to your photo, you have a number of options in the Watermark Manager.
You can select whether you’d like them to be added outside or within the image, then select their width and color. You can even add two borders to create a photo frame effect.
You can choose to place the watermark on the border rather than on the photo. You may need to change the color of the text if you do this. Adjust the horizontal and vertical placement of your watermark within the border.
Viewing your Watermarks
In the organizer, you will see a water drop in the corner of the thumbnails which have a watermark. If you have set up custom watermarks for individual photos, these thumbnails will have a blue water drop, instead of grey – which represent watermarks set for the whole album. The disabled watermarks will be represented by crossed out water drop icons.
Viewing Your Watermarks in the Gallery
Click Show in Gallery to see how your watermarks look to your visitors.
For more information, please see the following topic: What’s the difference between watermarking the whole album or individual images.