Open your Logo Image
First of all, locate your logo, or any other file you may wish to use as watermark. Preferably, you have your logo in a proper format like PSD, EPS or PNG. Open the image in Photoshop or any other photo application.
Next up, you should make sure to resize your logo to a suitable size. Normally, this might be between 200 – 400 px wide, or bigger. If you go smaller than this, then your watermark may have little effect.
Next, set the transparency of your logo to something between 25-50%. In the example image above, we are using 30%.
Now, save your image as format PNG24, with transparency intact. Make sure to disable any background color/image you have behind the logo, so that it does not appear as a square over your photos. If you cannot disable the background, then you should save the image as JPG instead and the watermark will appear in the bottom right corner of your photos instead.
Upload your Image
Final step is to upload your image to your profile, so it gets applied as you watermark stamp. First login to your account, then click your account name in the top menu to access your profile page. You will see a section “Watermark” – Click the checkbox “Stamp my image”, and then upload your new PNG24 file. Your images should automatically get stamped!
Don’t have a transparent logo?
If you don’t have your original logo, with transparency, you can simply upload a JPG file and the watermark will instead stamp itself on the bottom right corner of your photos. You will not have the nice semi-transparent overlay effect as in the example photo, but your images will still be protected