Do It Yourself – Tutorials – Free Signature Logo for Photographers | Dieno Digital Marketing Services

Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials

In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how you can create a signature watermark for your photos – for free. Plus, I’ll give you what I think are the ten best signature fonts to use for this task. This is a great way to create a logo for your photography. I’ll be showing you how to do it in Photoshop but you can use any programme that uses layers. I’ll then show you a much more professional way to create signature watermarks by using Lightroom and attaching it to a batch of images at once.

Not only is this really easy to do, it will instantly make your photos more professional! We hope you enjoy it 😊

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