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Hi,

Can someone explain me how I can make this logo look transparent?

The logo needs to be added as a watermark onto official event pictures so it has to turn out very nice. :wink:

I've been trying to create one in Photoshop but couldn't find the correct font. :?

If there's anyone who allready done this, be my guest. :mrgreen:

Here's the logo (which is created by me in Paint.net):

forumlogo2.png

Thx in advance,

-Kurt-

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Paste the logo to a new layer over the image to be watermarked. Desaturate the logo layer and set the blending mode to "Additive" or "Screen". Adjust the layer opacity to desired level.

I can give you the "newb" version if needed...

Edit:

here is a transparent version made using a different more complex method...

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For the color, you can use one of the color plugins Ed Harvey developed. viewtopic.php?f=16&t=21750

As far as batching 300+ photos... you can really only paste the logo on each one individually. Very time consuming, but maybe you can find a macro/automation program online to do it for you? (Provided the logo will be in about the same place on each image)

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For the color, you can use one of the color plugins Ed Harvey developed. viewtopic.php?f=16&t=21750

I've downloaded the latest Paint.net version so the plugin is allready added right?

As far as batching 300+ photos... you can really only paste the logo on each one individually. Very time consuming, but maybe you can find a macro/automation program online to do it for you? (Provided the logo will be in about the same place on each image)

:shock: each one individually.. oh dear!!

Will have a search for a automation programm.. :wink:

anyway, cheers for the info! :)

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