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A watermark helps you brand your photos so that others can recognize them as your work.
Here’s an easy way in Photoshop Elements to add a watermark to one or more photos:
Open the photos in Editor.
Select File > Process Multiple Files.
From the Process Files From drop-down list, select Opened Files.
Browse and select the folder in which you want to save the photos after the watermark is added.
The watermark that you add using this method is permanent. So specify a folder other the folder in which your original photos are stored
Click the drop-down list in the Labels area and select Watermark.
Specify the text that you want to display as the watermark. For example, you can specify your name.
Select the position, for example, Bottom Right.
Select a font according to your preference.
Specify the font size.
The font size depends on the dimensions of the photo. Photos of larger dimensions require the watermark to be in a large font.
Adjust the opacity and choose a color of your choice.
To view the changes, open the photos from the folder you specified.
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