Photoshop is an image editing software that can help you make any editing, including watermarking, perfectly. There are many options for watermarking images online, but online tools have their own weaknesses. For example, there are restrictions on editing options. On the other hand, it’s clear that you will not be able to use them without the Internet connection. Therefore, the use of offline tools to add watermark to images is always a priority. One of the best-known software for watermarking this is Photoshop. Using this software may seem a bit tricky at first, but it gives you the most advanced editing capabilities so you can get the exact same images you want in a watermark. Also, when you create your Watermark, you can easily apply it and even create a lot of watermark images. The tutorial teaches you how to watermark images in Photoshop.
To apply writing watermark first choose your own text color. Then, select the tool related to the text or the text tool and type you want.
When you specify the size and location of the text, you may want to pale it. To do this, go to Layer and then Layer style and select Blending Options.
In the Opacity bar, adjust the watermark resolution percentage. Often, 50% is a good state.
The result will be as follows.
You can also do this in a similar way using the image (preferably in PNG format). Just copy and paste the image or logo you want to use as a watermark. Then paste in Photoshop on the original image and set the transparency percentage as described above.
If you want to show creativity, you can go to other Blending Options section such as Bevel and Emboss to make your Watermark more professional.
Also, if you want to rotate the watermark, slide diagonally into the image, select the Marquee Tool, click on the text, and press Free Transform. In this case, raising the mouse cursor on the watermark will display small circular arrows, which means you can turn the watermark on that angle.
With the help of the copyright symbol in Photoshop’s default forms; you can easily create a watermark so you can protect your own image ownership privilege. Of course, this icon can be replaced with any existing forms. Open a new layer after opening the original image.
Then, in the image, go to the Shapes section and select the Custom Shapes tool.
Select the copyright sign (©) and adjust its shape and color. These icons have the ability to magnify the quality without losing quality and not distort the original image.
The use of additional options can be very decisive. For example, on the copyright icon, select Soft Light as the image from the drop-down list, and note that tick Bevel and Emboss.
At the end, the result will be as follows.
Alternatively, choose black color and then apply the Emboss filter to it. After entering the shape or icon on the main image, go to Filter—> Stylize —>Emboss.
When Photoshop ask you if you want to rasterize the shape, click Ok. Then, go to Layer Styles and select Hard Light from the Blend Mode drop-down list. Watermark image will be as follows.
You can add text below the copyright symbol as previous way.
Congratulations guys! You learned How to watermark images in Photoshop.