[How-To] Add Custom Watermark to your images with PicMarkr.

You already know about the various services from where you can get Free images for your Blog. However, if you are someone who wants to watermark his images for various reasons; PickMarkr is the service to go for.

PicMarkr is a free to use service which can be used to apply Watermark your images and download them for usage for free.



In order to watermark your images, follow the steps below


Steps for Watermarking Images

Steps for Watermarking Images

1.) Upload Photos you wish to Watermark.

2.) Choose the Watermark to be applied. You can choose from Text, Image or Tiled options.

3.) Get your Watermarked images. 

What are some interesting features about PicMarkr?

  • You can either upload your pictures or grab them from your Flickr account.
  • Apply Watermark and process multiple images in batches.
  • The best of all, you dont need to install or download anything. All you need to do is select your images, watermark option and apply the watermark for processing.

All in all, PickMarkr is a great service with ease of use, which lets you WaterMark your images for free. Do give PicMarkr a try.

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3 Responses

  1. […] How To Ad­d­ C­us­tom­­ Waterm­­ark­ to your i­m&#… […]

  2. I found a free online image watermark tool called Batch Watermarker that can automate the whole process of image watermarking. If you are away from your PC and don’t want to download any software, you can just use this online version of watermarking tool for free. It’s quick and it’s easy to use.

    You can also download their full version of Batch Watermark software program if you want to watermark multiple image files in a folder with just a click of the mouse.

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