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Topic # 205333 9-Nov-2016 10:27
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Hi if I have some photos not already watermarked and I'd like to put say a big opaque white X across the pic, any easy programs that can do that? (Windows 10)

 

I have lightroom, but so far watermarks have been in the too hard basket, had been concentrating on editing and workflow, but the labelling and watermarking is on the back burner.

 

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  Reply # 1666314 9-Nov-2016 10:31
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When I went down a similar path a few months back I just googled until I found something easy. This is bookmarked, but not sure if it's what I settled on. I used a combination of Photoshop and Lightroom and it didn't take too long.





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