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GIMP Tutorial - Watermark Photos

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Published on Oct 22, 2010

How to watermark photos in GIMP, by making a re-usable custom GIMP brush, for quick and easy watermarking of multiple images. For this tutorial you will need to install GIMP with Python support for Windows (in Linux this is already installed). Here's a link to help: http://gimptricks.deviantart.com/gall... and you will also need the Layer Effect Plugin (Python version) here: http://registry.gimp.org/node/186 - if you can't get Python installed there is a Script-fu version of the plugin too - but it has no preview.

Common problems: Some windows users report they are unable to save brushes in the folder as shown in this tutorial. If you get "permission denied" messages when trying to save brushes you need to save your brushes in a different folder. This is because you are not a system administrator, and as such you do not have permission to write directly to folders in your Program files directory. To solve this, in Windows you need to save the brushes in C:/users/yourUserName/.gimp-2.8/brushes instead - or if you have an older version of GIMP your .gimp folder will be named with reference the to version you are using (such as .gimp-2.6)

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