Adding a Watermark in AI

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    Agatha Winter

    Hi Jack,

    Glad to answer this!

    Luminar AI doesn't have a dedicated watermarking tool, but there is a workaround for adding a watermark in Luminar AI . Go to the Augmented SkyAI tool located in the Creative tab, simply click on the dropdown menu to choose an object to add, then scroll all the way down to Load Custom Image as shown here: https://prnt.sc/w0lg2j

    You can also add a watermark as a texture using the Local Masking tool, see the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/w13tmf 

    This way, you will be able to apply watermarks to your photos.

    Hope it helps.

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    Jack Kunnen

    Everything is grayed out

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    Jack Kunnen

    Using Local Masking where can the add "texture" be resized and located in the image?

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    Amy Maranto

    I also have the same question as Jack, as I would like to place the image in a lower corner and don't see a way to drag it to where I would want it placed.

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    Zdenek Rajgl

    Hello Agatha,

    it doesn't work with the AI Augmented Sky tool. It also didn't work with local masking. I don't want to place my watermark somewhere in the "sky", but somewhere below left or right, see photo below. I hope I made myself clear. Would you please describe your solution in more detail, preferably as a 2-minute video tutorial? Everyone on the forums is talking about either augmented sky or local masking. But no user has made it yet.

    Thanks in advance. Greetings from Switzerland, Zdenek

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    Zdenek Rajgl

    Agatha, did you read my request? What is your answer? Thanks for the feedback.Have a nice Christmas, Zdenek

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    Zdenek Rajgl

    Agatha, did you read my request? What is your answer? Thanks for the feedback. Zdenek

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    claudio marchesi

    Agree with the previous post of Zdenek, tried both the ways but doesn't work. How I can solve ? 

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    Roy Blackwell

    Jim Nix Video on Watermarking:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTu51eBVCbE

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    claudio marchesi

    Thanks Roy, now it works, is a little complicated but works :) 

     

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