How to Watermark Your Travel Photos

I am enthusiastic to learn about the new things but I am not a super tech-savvy person. I always needed an easy photo program to add my logo, shadow bar and to write my motto or website address on my travel photos. The programs I used were very complicated and expensive and took a lot of space on my computer. I was trying to find an easy way to watermark my photos and that was when my partner, Amin came to help me.

He developed a desktop application called Picture Stamper for me which solved all my problems 🙂 It is a very user friendly program and quite lightweight. Also to our surprise, thousands are now using this program.

With Picture Stamper you can:

  • add a logo on pictures
  • add a watermark text
  • resize your pictures
  • change the output format your pictures, save as JPG, PNG and TIF
  • Drag and Drop files and folders
  • Support for more file types
    • *.bmp *.dib *.jpeg *.jpg *.jpg *.jp2 *.png *.webp *.pgm *.pbm *.ppm *.sr *.ras *.tiff *.tif *.xbm *.xpm
  • Insert a shadow bar to better highlight your watermark text
  • Align logo and watermark to all corners and the center of the image (Keep the relative position in all pictures)
  • Allow JPG compression settings
  • Batch processing (Perform all tasks on any number of pictures with just a single click)
  • 100% FREE
  • Totally clean from viruses and malwares  (Certified by Softpedia)
  • Light weight (about 35 MBs installer file size. Mac OS X version is about 26 MBs)
  • Portable (Copy installed Picture Stamper folder in your USB and run it without installing on any PC)
  • Configure once and use the same settings without touching anything
  • Supported in Mac OS X (64-bit, tested in El Capitan and Yosemite)
  • Supported on all Windows versions: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
How To Use
  1. Add any number of pictures you want using “Add Pictures” button.
  2. Configure Shadow settings
  3. Set a watermark text and its font and color (You can adjust watermark text position by dragging it using your mouse left click.)
  4. Configure logo settings. (You can adjust logo position by dragging it using your mouse left click.)
  5. Set an output resize preference specially if you are using lots of pictures with lots of different sizes.
  6. Set JPG compression configuration and hit “Start Stamping”

See screenshots below (Depicting version 2.0):

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Watch my video tutorial about Picture Stamper usage


You can download latest version of Picture Stamper (for your PC or Mac) using this link.

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