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    Default Watermarking your images?

    Hi,

    Sorry if this has been asked before..

    How do you guys watermark your images?

    I tried lightroom 2, the Identity Plate thing seems to be the best but I can't specify where I want the watermark for each picture, they all appear on the same location?

    Next I heard about Mogrify, I tried it but it seems to be the same as the identity plate but uglier?

    Did I miss out something?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
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    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply but I'm looking for a faster method.. since I'm already doing most of my work in Lightroom, so I was wondering if there are any way to do it in lightroom for all pictures at the same time.

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Watermarking your images?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aimevous View Post
    Next I heard about Mogrify, I tried it but it seems to be the same as the identity plate but uglier?
    Did I miss out something?
    Maybe the latest version? Mogrify has more options than only one position. But if you do a batch export of course all watermarks will be positioned at the same location. Unless you start writing the code for LR plugin where you 'mark' the position of the watermark before export.
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    Just create an action in PS. It's that simple.

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    I use photoshop. do a action. as mentioned. very simple
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