How to add your trademark Watermark on images using PhotoMarks on Windows

As a blogger, you will always need to upload photos on your blog content. Of course, you have a host of tools that specialise in the task. But, for a simple task like watermarking your photos, you would not need to have a high-end option like Photoshop. That is where a tool like PhotMarks comes quite handy enough.

We are sure when you have a lightweight specialised tool for watermarking your images, you would not look elsewhere for a high-end option like Photoshop unless you actually need the additional features. PhotoMarks from Bits & Cofee is a capable tool that helps you achieve the task through a few simple steps. How does it perform for your watermarking requirements? Let us check out the tool and features.

PhotoMarks - What exactly it is?

PhotoMarks from Bits & Coffe is indeed one of the best options for your watermarking requirements. The tool is available for Mac and PC.

An excellently designed user interface and a simple functionality are what puts it ahead of the most of the competing products in the same genre. There are several options you can use to customise the looks and appearance of your watermarks. In fact, apart from offering you the options to watermark your images, you can also use it for the simple editing functionalities while working with your images. What makes it a great choice is the previews that it offers for each of the steps.

What makes it a good watermark tool?

The PhotoMarks app comes with its unique set of features making it one of the preferred options for the bloggers around. A few of the features that you will find interesting enough can be summed up as

Batch Functionality

The tool comes with a multi-core CPU functionality. This will help you watermark hundreds of your images in one go. Just feed in multiple images and engross your self in some other important task. The tool will watermark your images in the background.

Support for Multiple formats

PhotoMarks has support for multiple file formats. Some of the formats supported include JPG, TIF, PNG, GIF, and BMP. You can also use the files in the RAW format from your digital cameras.

Direct Upload

Upload your images to the site through FTP. The direct support for FTP makes it one of the excellent options. This will reduce your efforts in uploading files separately through the time-consuming options.

Basic Editing Options

Apart from aiding you in adding watermarks to your images, the tool also can help you with a few editing options. Of course, you may not be able to expect extra features as you would expect from a high-end photo editing tools, but you can opt for a few basic editing needs like resizing, rotating and cropping.

How to use PhotoMarks?

As we stated before, the PhotoMarks tool comes with a simple and easy to use interface. Let us check out the functionality through the steps here.
  • Download and install PhotoMarks tool on your Windows PC.
  • The functionality invlolves a four step process - Add phots, Edit photos, Setup and Process.
  • You can either add the photos either through the Add Photos or through the Drag and Drop functionality.
  • Click on the Edit Photos tab.
  • You can find the options to Add Filters as per your preferences.
  • Choose Text option to add watermark. In the next screen, you can configure your watermark details.
  • Under Text tab, choose your watermark text and placement.

    The next tab for Font will let you add change the font type and size.
  • Once you are satisfied with the settings, you can click on OK. The app lets you preview each of the changes you make so that you can have a clear view before finalising the changes.
  • Next step is to click on Setup tab. Here you can specify the destination and upload formats for your watermarked image. Click on Destination tab to choose the upload options like whether to upload to Flickr or FTP.
  • You can also choose the image file formats you want the file to be saved in.
  • Once you have made all the necessary adjustments, you can begin the process to watermark your image. You may move back and forth to make any further changes depending upon the preview.
  • Click on Process tab to begin watermarking the image.
That will do it. Your image will be watermarked according to your preferences and saved in defined folder.
Your watermarked image should appear as below depending upon the settings you have used.

That completes the task for you. Wasn't that a simple to follow tutorial to handle the watermarking requirements you have had with respect to your images?

The Pricing and Plans

You can opt for the trial plan if you want to check out the functionality if you are interested in getting to know of the tool before you actually go Pro. The trial version will come with the limited features.
You can go Pro at just $ 29.95 per license. The license comes with a lifetime functionality. You will also have access to the Mac version with a single license to Windows variant. Other additional functionalities include priority support through Email and a 60 day Money Back Guarantee.

The Parting Thoughts

Well, PhotoMarks from Bits&Coffee is indeed an excellent tool for all your watermarking requirements. The easy functionality should be what would make it the right choice for the newbies and those with a low technical background.
Give it a thought and check the functionality for a better understanding. You can try the free trial before opting for the Pro variant and find it for yourself.

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