Watermark wonder

Create and apply custom watermarks with this intuitive program.

The Internet is full of people with questionable morals, and even people who don't typically engage in thievery don't think twice about appropriating other people's images they find online. There's nothing worse than coming across one of your photos or other images only to find that it hasn't been attributed to you or, even worse, has been presented as someone else's work. Batch Photo Watermarker is an easy way to place highly customized watermarks on your images, ensuring that your name will never be separated from your work.

At first glance, the program's interface seems a little cluttered and overwhelming, but simple instructions are right in the image-viewing field, making it easy to get started. Users simply select the image or images they want to watermark and then move through each of the options that are displayed in panes on either side of the screen. Users can add copyright information, text, logos, date and time, and lines; pick and choose your elements to create watermarks that are subtle or glaringly obvious. The program comes with five sample watermark templates, and users are also free to create and save their own templates for repeated use. Images can be saved in their original formats or converted to JPEG, BMP, TFF, GIF, or PNG. The program has no Help file, but on the whole, it's intuitive enough not to really need one. Overall, we found Batch Photo Watermarker to be a powerful and versatile watermark tool.

Batch Photo Watermarker has a 50-image trial limitation. The program comes as a ZIP file but installs and uninstalls without issues. We recommend this program to all users.

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