Sunday, March 23, 2014

Watermarking my shots!


Ever since I started blogging, I have been wanting to own a personalized watermark for my photos. Mainly because it's cool and I can say that I really own it! :) How awesome can that be. Today, my techie cousin +Azerbaijan Galac taught me how to use Adobe Lightroom and how to put watermark with my photos with just one click!!! Thanks to him, I was able to somehow upgrade my shots from being a newbie to a trainee. HAHAHA!


I really love what he did. It was just perfect! He was able to give what I needed for making my photos authentic and awesome. :) Here are some example.






Now that I somehow know how to make watermark, you will definitely see my signature on every picture. My next project is to make a new banner for my blog!

I deserve all the rights on these photos and copying these without permission is an offensive act. I am fully aware of my rights and responsibilities. Now, if you want my photos or articles, please contact me at gabrielabermudafernandez@gmail.com . 


Ano, TARA GUMALA!



CIAO.
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GABRIELA


9 comments:

  1. Very nice photos.

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    1. Aww thank you Polkakilo! :) That is so sweet!

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  2. I like that watermark! I want to learn also! Inggitero ako. Haha

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    1. HAHA!! Tuturuan ka daw ng pinsan ko. Murang mura lang. Hahaha. Di ko pa naeexplore on-line pero mostly kasi may copyrights sila. It's either may bayad or nakalagay site nila.

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  3. Di ba pwede sa online gawin? Hehehe

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  4. Great trick there Gabriela, if I get time to do this I would. I will put it on my to do list for 'one day' :)

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    1. It is so easy with the help of Adobe Photoshop and Light Room. Good thing my cousin is such a tech savvy, he helps me a lot! :)

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  5. Photos are bloggers' important assets so watermarking it somehow protects it from online theft or infringement.

    There are several online photo editor that can help you watermark your photos. Try to explore pixlr, fotoflexer, lunapic, etc.

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    1. AGREE and you can say that it is truly yours. Well, online apps are great but you still have to upload pics and edit it one by one. With Adobe LightRoom it is just one click away.

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