Mar 162013

While you can’t watermark your master photos in Lightroom, you can watermark copies as you export them, or as you create output in the Print, Slideshow and Web modules. Below is a video tutorial on using the watermark editor. It is one of 55 videos from my Lightroom 4: The Fundamentals & Beyond video series.  (Update: You’ll also learn about this in my Lightroom 5: The Fundamentals & Beyond series – 12 1/2 hours of training for beginning and experienced Lightroom users, on organizing and editing your photos.)

As usual, for higher quality, once you hit Play, click on the sprocket wheel in the bottom right and choose 720/HD.

Learn more about Lightroom 5: The Fundamentals & Beyond, or Lightroom 4: The Fundamentals & Beyond.


  6 Responses to “Lightroom Video Tutorial: Watermark Your Photos in Lightroom”

  1. Thank you,I too didnt know how to delete a copy right ,or any thing to do with the anchor.~brian~

  2. What a wonderful clear and simple tutorial! Thanks! Your explanation was very informative. Richard S.

  3. So well explained and easy to follow. Thank you Laura

  4. No mention of using a .JPG or .PNG

  5. It seems to be very picky about which fonts you choose for a text watermark. It has been hit and miss.

  6. This was wonderfully clear and logical. I am new to LR and am looking forward to more of your tutorials!
    Thank you!

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