Automate Your Watermarking Process Tutorial

Please Note: Some of the photos will appear cut-off, so please click on the actual image to get a full view.

This is a continuation from a previous post

In this part of the tutorial you’ll learn how to create an action for watermarking your photos. You can make the process even easier by assigning an F-key to the action so you can watermark your photos with the click of a button. Anyway, this part of the tutorial follows steps 1-7. Once you’re finished completing all the necessary steps here, you can proceed on to step 8.

So, to recap: Follows steps 1-7 on the first tutorial, then once you finish these steps, continue on with step 8 HERE.

Step 7.1:

Make sure your work path path is selected, then click on create new action set, which is the third button from the right (for simplicity I will name it “Watermark Set”). Then, click on create new action set, which is the second button from the right, and assign it an F-key + name. Then hit RECORD.

Step 7.2:

Now, click on the fly-out menu, which is opened by clicking the small icon with 3 lines and arrow. Then click “insert work path”.

Step 7.3:

Now, once you’ve done all of these steps. Continue on to step 8 HERE. I will see you back when you are at the end of Step 15…

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Okay, so now that you’ve done ALL that. You can open up your actions palette again and click STOP to stop recording. That’s it! You’re all finished!!

You’ve successfully learned how to watermark your images. Remember, adjust the settings to your preference to get the best looking watermark.
Now, all you have to do is press your assigned F-key each time you want to quickly watermark a photo.

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