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    Free - EASY TO USE - watermark programs

    Folks,

    "New kid on the block".

    I have got a camera and want to add my stamp to any piccies.

    I have a Canon 550D and there is a settting on the camera to enter my name, but I am still looking how to "stamp" that on the actual piccie.

    I read/believe that this information is stored in the EXIF (or what ever it is called) data of the photo, but NOT on the actual print.


    It isn't I am vein, but I guess they are MY piccies, and I am looking for a quick, easy to use program.

    I have one *removed - new members cannot discuss/promote/criticise products : admin* but it is SLOW and painful to use. I am looking for a quicker/easier one to use.
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    if you only need if for the photos you upload to the net, you don't necessarily need a 'bulk' one : http://www.ausphotography.net.au/for...rush-method%29

    Welcome to AP, enjoy the site and have a look around, there are a lot more tutorials than that one on here. Hope we see some of your photos soon to!

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    You should be able to use the program that came with your camera to do that! I must admit, I haven't used it, but there's a "stamp tool" in Digital Photo Professional that comes with Canon cameras.
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    Thanks CherylB.

    I don't always install ALL those programs. Some are good, some are painful. I prefere to keep the piccies where I want, not where the program thinks they should be.

    I shall look into what you said and see if that works for me.

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