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This Photoshop Action is packed with 9 possible watermarks, as seen in the preview image. It uses different blending options and the result depends on the background, so be sure to try the different effects to achieve the best result. It was made with Photoshop 7.0, so it should work with the newer versions as well.
1. Go to: PhotoshopFolder > Presets > Photoshop Actions
2. Paste the .ATN file there
3. In photoshop go to the actions tab, press the small arrow at the right of the panel and select the action from there.
Stock Image: [link]
At the beginning of the action there's a Read Me step. Please read that first and if you still have any doubts you can post here and i'll reply as soon as possible.
I hope you find it useful ^^
I've always had trouble creating layers. But I found a simple solution. The first way is to create a layer with text. This is a great way for watermarks that contain words. You can write your name or your company name. Here you have the option to adjust the transparency you think you want. If you don't know how to add a watermark to a photo, check out the free PC app. Try changing the blending mode to make your watermark look the way you want it to. To add the © symbol, press "option+g" on a Mac, or "Alt+0169" on a PC. The second option helped me since I don't own an Apple tech and never have. You can use photoshop but it has its own quirks.