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    hi
    not sure where to post this but any way how do you put your signature on your photos as it looks so good.
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    Have a look in the tutorials forum, there is one called 'watermarking, that explains how to do it in photoshop.
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    What he is asking is how do you watermark/tag/copyright/add a signature to a photo.

    It depends on what image processing software you use, but for instance (in my experience) in photoshop there are several ways to go about it: you can use just plain text or some sort of stylized font and then fiddle with the opacity, you can create a preset/custom brush tool or watermark setting which means you can just add it to any photo you want to watermark, you can sign/stylize your name either via scanning or using built in painting tools/graphic design interfaces, and create a preset/custom brush tool/watermark as above. Other people create a watermark as a pattern, it really depends on what you are trying to do.

    To help you further we really need to know what program you use to process digital images.

    Edit: Damn Rick beat me, and yes that tutorial is an excellent explanation...but I thought I would say it.
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    Thanks for that.

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    Thanks heaps this is a amazing site such a wealth of knowledge here.
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    It is brilliantly easy in Lightroom 3 as well if you have that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etherial View Post
    It is brilliantly easy in Lightroom 3 as well if you have that.
    I actually find it a bit fiddly having to install Mogrify...unless Im making it harder than it has to be?

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    You don't need Mogrify in Lightroom 3 (like you did in version 2). Watermarking is included in the software and it is great. It is worth upgrading just for that alone IMO!

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