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
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.
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