How to Watermark photos with Pixlr

How to Watermark photos using free online graphics software

In case you don’t know, Pixlr software is a free online graphics software that resembles Photoshop and Gimp graphics software. You can add layers, apply effects and layer modes and much more, just as in Photoshop. But the good thing is that it is completely free and there is nothing to download.

Watermark Photos using Pixlr | | Janet Garcia

Pixlr Software

Using Pixlr to watermark photos

In this video, I’ll show you how to watermark photos very easily. There are many ways to watermark photos, but I will show you one of the simplest ways to do it. keep in mind that you can also use this tactic to create layered images to import them in video editors to animate each layer separately, creating great videos.

Click the video below to watch the tutorial: How to Watermark Photos with Pixlr and don’t forget to live your comments below!

How to Watermark Photos in Pixlr

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About Janet Garcia

CEO & Founder of Empower You! - Janet Garcia is a Graphics Artist, Web Media Producer, a Certified Video Specialist and Internet/Network and Social Marketing Consultant. Janet has been in business since 1994 and has worked throughout the years helping businesses and individuals to brand themselves and develop their online presence taking their business to the next level: Success!
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6 comments on “How to Watermark photos with Pixlr

  1. Hi Janet

    What a great online tool. Excellent for watermarking a splash screen and you don’t have to purchase anything. Gimp is also a very powerful tool for those who wish to explore it further.

    Great sharing material thanks

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  2. Yes, Gimp is a good solution when you can’t afford Photoshop. And Pixlr has many of the same functions and it’s great for quickly doing the splash screens as you said.
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  3. Thank you! I am amazed at the quality of this particular free program (as with Gimp). Thank you for your easy to understand explanation. It was helpful.

  4. Looking to see if there is an easy way to put a watermark (text) on your photos, I have around 10 and a time I would like to do. Is there a way to do them at the same time or an easier way rather than re-creating the watermark(text) over again?

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