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So is there an easy way to to drop a watermark on to an image, then resize it.

In PS I could take my custom watermark, which is  in a PDF format, drop it on the image, resize it and that was it. 

Thinking it should be rather simple in AF as well, or hoping at least. Also I'm using 1.5 Beta v6.

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You can drag the logo from Finder directly into your document in Affinity Photo or use File > Place. You can then use the Move Tool to resize the image.

 

Hope this helps!

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I want to do the same ... but I cannot find 'Finder'. What do you mean?
I developed png logos in different colors.  I want to use them for my pictures but don’ find the required tools to do so.

 

I'm a Microsoft PC user.

Up to now I tackle it in 2 different ways, but none of them are efficient.

1.      I export the picture as jpeg from AP to a file. I open the picture in Lightroom and put the logo (function is available).

2.      I go in AP to the file with logos. Open the one I prefer. Click copy. Go to the picture in AP on which I want to put the logo. Click paste, resize and drag to the location I want to drop the logo.

I hope there is a shorter way to do so.

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A nice picture doesn't have to be a 'technical good' one, but 'different' from all other ones.

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19 minutes ago, PixelDude Raoul said:

I want to do the same ... but I cannot find 'Finder'. What do you mean?

Finder is a file manager for MacOS.

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I can do the same in PC, drag and drop ... but in LR there is a specific tool for it. Maybe that AP can develop it?


A nice picture doesn't have to be a 'technical good' one, but 'different' from all other ones.

Mother earth is a source of life, not a resource.

www.pixeldude.be

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