There are 4 possible watermark types:
- Text: allows to add a text-based watermark to the image;
- Image: allows to overlay an image on the top of the picture;
- Script: allows to cover the whole image with the repeats of horizontal and vertical text, so no single part of it can be used without your consent;
- Datestamp: allows adding a digital date to the image.
1. Text Watermark
Text watermark settings allow choosing the font name, size, style, text color, and opacity.
1.1. Choose the font
Choose the font name from the drop-down list.
1.2. Choose the font style
To change the font style select the watermark and in the Menu bar choose Format - > Bold or Format - > Italic
Tip: You can use the hotkey ⌘B for Bold style or ⌘I for Italic style.
1.3. Set the font size
Choose the font size from the drop-down list or enter the appropriate value in the text field.
To make the text bigger in the Menu bar choose Format - > Bigger or press ⌘+. To make the text smaller choose Format - > Smaller or press ⌘-.
Tip: You can also adjust the font size by selecting the text on the preview and dragging the corner of the text bounding box.
1.4. Choose the text color
To change the color click the color well to bring up the Color panel.
1.5. Underline text
To underline the text click the U icon button. Or simply select the watermark text and in the Menu bar choose Format - > Underline or press ⌘U.
1.6. Adjust the opacity of watermark
To adjust the opacity of the watermark grab and drag the opacity slider. To make the watermark look more transparent drag the slider to the left. To make the watermark deeper drag the slider to the right.
2. Image Watermark
Select the image watermark from the drop-down list in the PhotoBulk watermark settings.
Browse the desired image watermark by clicking the button Browse in the PhotoBulk watermark settings.
Type the desired width and height and choose the opacity.
Select the datestamp watermark from the drop-down list in the PhotoBulk watermark settings. Datestamp watermark settings allow choosing the font name, size, style, text color, and opacity. It is impossible to change the text of datestamp watermarks because it is extracted from the image metadata.
Tip: To change the size, font name, style, size, and color see the Text Watermark Settings paragraph.
When selecting date format you can choose between:
- short style - digits only. For instance: 01/01/1970;
- medium style - with abbreviated text. For instance: 1 JAN 1970;
- long style - full text. For instance: 1 January, 1970;
- full style - with a detailed description. For instance: Thursday, 1 January, 1970
4. Script watermark
Select the script watermark from the drop-down list in the PhotoBulk watermark settings. In the text field type the desired text and choose the font style, size, color, etc.
Tip: To change the size, font name, style, size and color see the Text Watermark Settings paragraph.
5. Lock “Keep watermark size proportional to each image”
Proportional watermarks are sized according to the size of the image being watermarked.
If you add a fixed size watermark, either a text or an image, the watermark size will remain the same on all images despite the size of the image.
For proportional watermarks, the watermark size is calculated according to the dimensions of the watermarked image.