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Old Sep 10, 2006, 10:59 AM   #11
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49. Now Drag and Drop the Logo in the area you wish it to stay in. As I did in the photo example below.

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Now go to the top of the page and left click on Edit.

In the menu left click on fade Mask.
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When the dialog box opens

Move the slider to the position that gives you the color or opacity you like.

Then left click the OK button.

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Then right click on the logo.

In the menu Left Click on Hide Selection.
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There is the photo with your custom Copyright and logo. You can now save it and post or publish as you wish.

Hope this helps. If you have questions please feel free to ask!

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I made some changes so I hope it will work better now. I've long wanted to have this in PhotoFiltre and have been using photoshop to do it. Now I can do it just as easy in either one!

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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!! This was a lot of work to figure out how to do it and even more to post it all...A lot of us are finding Photofiltre so much quicker and easier to work with, and this makes it all the better:!:

Three cheers( er I mean 3 beers)for Da Dawg

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Old Sep 11, 2006, 7:42 PM   #19
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I find that PhotoFiltre loads in less than half the time, uses about 1/10 th of the memory and has the controls you use the most in a much easier and faster place in which to access them. I've not downloaded any of the plugins yet but plan to this comming weekend. I am the one that needs to thank both you and Boily, Dan for telling me to try it. For nothing but the time involved in downloading the program , It is about the most enexpensive thing I've gotten lately. And it works SO good!



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Hi BigDawg,

Thanks for the instructions.

I think adding the signature text could be done in fewer steps.

1. CTRL+T
2. Choose font, size and select bold, italic, etc. if necessary.
3. Choose color
4. Add text: a. ALT+0169 to get the copyright symbol "©"
b. type remaining text (photographer's name, etc.)
5. Click on Effects tab.
6. Click Drop shadow.
7. Click on Stroke if necessary.
8. Click on OK.

The remaining steps of your instructions remain the same.

Another way to add a copyright signature would also be to open your image first and then performing the steps described above.
After that just drag the text to the desired location and resize if necessary.

Hope this helps also....

PS:
Do you know if this program also does batch processing for adding signatures to multiple pictures??


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