How to Add a Watermark to Photo Using Picmonkey

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How to Add a Watermark to Photo Using Picmonkey

Ever wanted to watermark your photos?  There are a number of watermarking plugins for WordPress, but none of them seem to work that great, so I always prefer to just create watermarks using a graphics program on my own.  You can do it in Photoshop too, but Photoshop is expensive and a little complicated, so sometimes it’s easier to just use a free online software like  Feel free to watch the video or scroll down for step by step instructions!

To start, go to  To save your photos you will need to have an account, but you can also sign up for a free trial and just use that.

Step 1:

First, go to Edit and then choose Computer.  You can select the photo that you want to add a watermark to and upload it.

Step 2:

On the left-hand panel, click the Butterly icon.  This opens the overlays panel.  From the dropdown box, select Add Your Own (this tutorial assumes that you already have a watermark designed).  If you are interested in a logo design with a watermark, feel free to check out our Logo Design Package here.  Upload your watermark.

Step 3:

After uploading your watermark, you can drag and drop the corners of the rectangle to resize the image and to move it around the photo to an optimal space.

Step 4:

When you are satisfied with the size and position of your watermark, just click on the Export link in the top panel to save the photo to your computer.  Keep in mind you will need to at least have signed up for a free trial of Picmonkey to export and save your photo.  And that’s it!  If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below!

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