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Not surprisingly, as Lightroom focuses on photography, adding text and graphic based watermarks to your images is a very simple, and customizable process. This video will show you how to add watermarks in Lightroom 5!

Disclaimer: This is just one way to add watermarks

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Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. It’s easy to add a watermark in Lightroom, but what I miss is the possibility to drag and drop it anywhere in the image and also to rotate it at an angle. I think this would be a great addition to watermarking in Lightroom.

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  2. I would love to be able to add a fixed frame with the watermark on it within lightroom! I’ve tried a few options to do that but they are not as easy and straightforward as this is!

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  3. […] of how to do this, but here’s a couple helpful tutorials: add watermark in Photoshop, add watermark in Lightroom, add metadata information in Photoshop and add metadata information in […]

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About Howard Pinsky

Howard Pinsky, an Adobe Community Professional, is an online educator providing content for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. His work can be seen on YouTube and through Adobe's education portals.

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