17 Aug

Create a Watermark in Paint.net

I have created a short (okay, 15 minutes… so not that short) step-by-step video on how to make your own watermark in Paint.net and then place it on a photo.  If you are receiving this post via email feed, the video won't show up, you must go back to the article (click on article title).

I have created two previous videos on how to download free Paint.net and install it as well as how to edit a photograph and embed a watermark in it HERE.  The latter video assumes you already have a watermark and this one shows you how to create and save as a transparent .png.  Good luck!

[iframe width=”400″ height=”225″ src=”http://player.vimeo.com/video/27811628″]

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Comments (3)

Jeannie Kinney
January 12, 2013 Reply

Thank you so much for this video! I have wanted to know how other demos have watermarks on their work. You rock Amy!

Rhonda Morgan
February 26, 2013 Reply

Yeah!  I finally think I can create my own watermark!  You are da bomb!!  :)

peter lyons
May 11, 2015 Reply

Thanks for the tutorial Amy. Really helpful - even a mug like me can follow it.

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