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Watermark rabbit.......?
Jun 23rd, 2020 at 2:44pm
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This is my testing of different methods of watermarks in a photo.
I'm using Pixlr photo editing software to add in a series of watermarks in my rabbit photo "Bunny on watch" for fun. They are in various degrees of opacity...
I have used the BBCode link as this is for message boards/forums.

Technical question...... Grin has anyone got any knowledge on foolproof usage of watermarks in photos???
  
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Re: Watermark rabbit.......?
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Watermark rabbit number 2, opacity 50%...

A Tekapo rabbit photographed about 30 years ago on a Nikon 35mm film camera, then edited in a free photo software program called Gimp and then uploaded to Imgur.

  
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Watermark Tekapo rabbit number 3.... Smiley

Again edited in Gimp with a bit of colour correction

  
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Re: Watermark rabbit.......?
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They are mighty fat rabbits. Historical photos rely as rabbits have become quite rare in the Mackenzie.
  

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