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    HELP using logo to watermark images

    Hello, I have a company logo that I'm trying to use as a watermark for my photographs. I'm having trouble getting it to be transparent because its already colored. I would like for it to blend in with the item so its not taking away from the actual photograph. I would like for anyone to please help me out here. I have jpeg and png of the image. I have been working on this for over 2 days and I still can't figure it out.

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    Hi nwphew,

    You could place the logo over part of the image and set the logo transparency right down in Photoshop. Does that make sense?

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    You could also convert it to grayscale, then put it in the image and make it transparent, making it blend better.

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    What you need to do is to have 2 layers in Photoshop. One layer for the photo, another layer for the logo on top of the photo layer. set the transparency of the logo layer to 20%-70%(depends how you want it)

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    You can use some software or add your watermark itself in a right corner of a image.


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