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    Watermarking in the Print Module in Lightroom

    I can't seem to find an answer to this over the web. How do you watermark each canvas/picture here:



    I just want "Vietnam Trip 2013" on each "canvas". So if I have 3 photos in 1 canvas, then it should only show 1 watermark and not a watermark on all 3.

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    I am guessing you would have to create a new image of all three into one, and then watermark it. The same as you would need to do in Photoshop. I dont use the print module of LR so I am not up with that, but in PS you have to create a totally new image, that contains all three originals and then you can watermark that new image (just once).

    Whilst they are three separate images, I think the software will want to watermark them all, as it sees them as individual.

    Someone else might know a way around it though.
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    Or you could create a separate image (your watermark) reduce the opacity and have it span the full frame of the print. Overlay it onto the others. Could that work?

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