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    photoshop help

    hi guys

    been a while since i have posted anything but i just got back from hawaii and now i have a heap of images to process so i am after some help to make thing a little bit quicker for me.

    what i would like to know is how i can create a stamp or watermark for my logo. as i currently just drag and drop my logo into the image but then i have to resize it and flatten the image, this is however quite a timely exercise when doing multiple images

    your help with this is appreciated

    thanks matt
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    You need to make one that becomes part of an Action in PS. So read up on creating actions. But the result will be a watermark in the exact same place on every photo.
    Last edited by ricktas; 30-11-2011 at 6:22pm.
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    thanks rick

    found this one you created
    http://www.ausphotography.net.au/for...p_brush_method

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    Yep, but that isn't set up to bulk apply to photos. To do that you need to create an action, then run that action inside File > Automate > Batch, to apply it to a folder full of photos.

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