• Watermarks can be used to “protect” your images. If someone downloads or screen captures your image, a Watermark could tell people who saw the image printed or re-posted elsewhere where the image came from.
  • Watermarks will not display on your normal sized images; only your Zoom Images.
  • You can make the Watermark text on your image anything you like, but we suggest the name of your site, so people can find out more about you or contact you if they like your artwork.
  • You'll see a bunch of options to control the look of your Watermark in the Control Panel section for Image Settings. Think about what would look best and then try it out. You can always make changes later, including removing the Watermark if you change your mind. This little trick took us quite some time to figure out, so enjoy!

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help/cp/zoom-image-watermarks.txt · Last modified: 2013/02/08 12:48 by debbie