How do I create a simple text watermark? To create a text watermark, go to "My Stuff" >> "My Watermarks". This will open the "My watermarks" page a screenshot of which can be seen below. In the screenshot, you can see the page as it can be seen when a watermark has already been created - initially, there will be only the section headers and the accompanying text to be seen. After clicking the "Create New" link, you can create an arbitrary text watermark.
How do I create a custom image watermark? As you can see in the screenshot as well, the way to create an image watermark is by opening the desired source image ( which you have first uploaded ) and going to "Tools" >> "This Photo" >> "Create Watermark". Each photo thumbnail has also got its own menu so that you do not need to open the photo to work with it.
How do I watermark a photo once I have created my watermarks? Once you have your watermarks created, all that remains to be done is to assign them to your photos or albums. To do this, you simply go to "Tools" >> "This Photo" / "This Album" >> "Apply Watermark" and choose the watermark of your preference in the panel which is then displayed.
Can I watermark several photos at once? You can watermark either individual photos or whole albums at once - as described above. Once you have confirmed a watermark to be applied, the watermarking is scheduled and you need not keep the page open for the process to be finished. When watermarking a whole album, you can navigate to any other page and real-time see the progress of the watermarking process in the top left corner. If you chose to watermark your whole album, you can also choose the "Apply this change to all albums" to watermark all of your photos. Another advantage of watermarking whole albums is that new uploads are automatically watermarked as soon as they are uploaded - if you upload them to a watermarked album.
What happens next? After this has been done, your watermarked photos cannot be viewed without the watermark text by your visitors. You can enable some of your visitors to bypass this by setting up a password to grant access to your original images.