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    Thank you Rick. That made it very easy!

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    What a nice simple way to learn the technique. So glad you put this up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkay View Post
    What a nice simple way to learn the technique. So glad you put this up.
    You know what would be even nicer, if you remained an active member, rather than a lurker. Join in, show us some of your photos. You have been a member for 4 months now.
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    awesome.......
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    great tutorial thankyou

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    Thank you so much Rick. Would you believe I've been mucking around for 8 years in PS(from 6 to CS2) and never really delved into this whole brush creation aspect?

    Thanks for this - now I have to resist watermarking everything!

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    ....... works for me...... one could go right off with this......

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    Thanks so much for the turorial, I knew how to do it once but just forgot!!
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    And if you want a transparent one across your photo for any reason you can set the opacity of the watermark layer to a low % - I use 15% with a white text watermark
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    This is great info...just what I've been trying to find.

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    Well that's a different way to do it!

    I've been using a couple of recorded actions (depending on the image). I think this will fill in the gaps for what I needed.

    Thanks Rick. Another useful tip from this site.
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    Rick that is great, thanks
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    Thanks Rick, easy once you know how

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    Does anybody know how to create a watermark on a mac with cs4 ?
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    Can I have some help on how to do an action for the watermark please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleye View Post
    Can I have some help on how to do an action for the watermark please.
    Not sure that an action would help here. Its already a brush and you usually put watermarks on different parts of an image depending on the image.
    http://blog.epicedits.com/2008/03/07...oshop-actions/

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleye View Post
    Can I have some help on how to do an action for the watermark please.
    Using a watermark action, means the watermark will be the same size, colour and place on every photo, which is not the best method as placement probably needs to be determined for each individual photo. However there are watermark actions available and one is free at www.atncentral.com

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    this is an awesome link Rick
    thanks I successfully had a play and worked so much better than a long winded way i was trying to do it with an over lay for each photo .. DOH me
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    TERIFTASTIC .... simple easy and so much fun to do ... thanks Rick for this tutorial.
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    Thanks for the compliments.

    Just remember that you cannot watermark a photo that you enter into the competitions on Ausphotography as it identifies the owner, breaching the anonymous entry component of our competitions.

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