One time watermark, resizing, and optimizing multiple images in Lightroom

In this video tutorial I’ll cover a number of actions within Lightroom to demonstrate the way to enhance, watermark and adjust several images simultaneously. This guide will help you save lots of time managing multiple images, which can be difficult to accomplish using Photoshop. We’ll make use of Lightroom to accomplish this task, which is extremely simple to operate.

Step 1: Switch on the Lightroom

In this video I’m assuming you’ve either Lightroom Classic or Lightroom Classic on your personal computer. I’m employing Lightroom Classic for this video tutorial because Lightroom CC needs at minimum Window 10 and I am using Window 8.

Launch your Lightroom Classic and then on the left hand side, you’ll view an Import button. Simply click it to import your pictures.

Step 2: Import Images

When you hit the Import button, to the left sidebar, you will be able to view the source for importing your photos. You must choose the directory where your images are to use watermarking, resizing or other methods. Select the appropriate folder to ensure that Lightroom is able to import the images.

As you can see, I’ve selected the folder 123rf. after clicking on”source” folder Lightroom is by default checking each image for import. However, you are able to select which photos you’d like to import into Lightroom by checking manually the images.

After you have selected the photos you want to upload, click the right side, press the import button in order to upload images to Lightroom.

You can see here that all images have been transferred. Before we move on, we must select each image so that they can be exported at all times. Click CTRL/CMD+A to choose all pictures.

You can check out the images below. have selected the best images from all:

Step 3 – Creating Watermark Preset

We need to make an image watermarking preset that we are able to use it once we export our photos.

To make a preset for watermarks you must go on Edit > edit Watermarks.

In the Watermark Editor, Lightroom by default will offer you the possibility to design a custom-made preset.

Make sure to set the watermark style to text in the upper right corner because we’ll make use of the text for watermarking our images. If you are looking to make use of the image to watermark it, you choose the graphic to make use of an image for watermarking function.

On the left hand side, enter the text for your watermark, just the way I wrote it on my the PSD Stack. Naturally, you are able to select your own text. When you have typed in your text it is now possible to arrange your text to determine how it’s likely to appear.

In the Text Options you have the option of choosing which text font you’d like to pick and the font’s size, color and style.

Below, in below, the Text option there is an Effect option. which allows you to add a drop shadow effects, change the transparency, angle and more.

In the Watermark Effect, you have the option of setting the watermark’s size, opacity and anchor, as well.

It is evident that I enlarged the font size the text. Additionally, I put an anchor at the center so that the watermark’s text will be located at the middle of the picture. In the same way, you are able to make your own custom setting.

When you’re finished your settings, click then the button to save the button. Then, name the preset with some meaningful name like my Watermark and hit the Create Button to save the settings.

Step 4: Export to Resizing, Watermarking and optimization

Select the File menu and select Export however make sure that you’ve chosen all pictures as we did previously.

Within the editor for export there are a variety of options.

Export location will inform Lightroom which location to save your exported photos. Choose a folder there, however in default Lightroom will generate an untitled export directory and store your photos it in a way that is automatic.

The File Renaming can be used to change the name of multiple files in one go. In some cases, we’ll need to create a custom name sequence for our images or images. Going through each one takes a lot of time. With this feature, it only requires you to define the custom naming one time and Lightroom takes care of everything else, saving lots of time.

Setting up the File By using the settings for your file you can improve the quality of multiple images in one go by decreasing the quality. It is evident that I reduced the quality down to 70. The image can be changed to a formats for example JPEG to PNG and your Color Space. There’s a great assortment of possibilities to experiment with.

Step 5

If you scroll to the bottom you’ll see additional alternatives.

Image Size With this feature, it is possible to resize images, by changing their size and resolution. I altered the dimensions of an image, which was 1000 x 1000.

in Watermarking I’ve selected the pre-set we made at the step 3. The “My Watermark” is the preset that has been chosen to apply the watermark effect to images. After you’ve made all the options, press the Export button located at the top right hand side of the screen to export all photos.Here The images are that are watermarked, resized and then optimized in a matter of minutes . This will surely aid you. This is it!

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