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Lightroom 3 – Watermarks

Recently it was brought to my attention that there are a number of folks who aren’t using the Watermark feature inside of Lightroom 3. I was surprised to find some folks didn’t know about it, or more importantly weren’t aware of the ability to create custom watermarks. For today’s article I have two items-first I’ve embed my video tutorial on how you can create your own custom watermark in Lightroom 3. Second, based on a number of requests, I’ll walk you through the steps to edit an existing watermark.

How to Create a Watermark in Lightroom 3

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iobFZnA6pkA&w=560&h=349]

How to Edit an Existing Watermark in Lightroom 3

As I mentioned above, I’ve received a number of emails asking “How do I edit an existing watermark?” Here are the steps.


1. When you create an initial watermark it can be saved by using the pulldown in the top-left corner of the dialogue box.


2. Once a watermark has been saved the pulldown menu updates with options to Delete, Rename or Create a New Preset.


3. To save an edited watermark, first make your changes, and then the pulldown will update once again. This time it will display an option the “Update Preset” allowing you to save your changes.

Thanks for joining me on TipSquirrel today. I always appreciate hangin’ out with my fellow Nuts, and you as well.

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