Add your copyright to a batch of photos in minutes
Add your name or copyright notice along with symbols
like © ® £ or your logo as watermarks on your photos.
Stamp your authority over your images.
Watermark hundreds of photos in one go. Add watermarks
to multiple photos in minutes with the click of a button.
Add various shapes and fill them with solid or gradient colors.
Add QR codes as watermark on your photos.
Apply borders to your photos. Add a shadow to make
the photos stand out.
Choose the font, font size, style and color for your watermarks. Set custom transparency level, add shadows or rotate watermarks to your taste.
Select from one of the 9 predefined positions to place your watermark or put the watermark at your desired location on the image by specifying top, left coordinates or by drag and drop.
View the real time preview of the watermark right on the
photos you are watermarking so there are no surprises
afterwards. Know precisely how the watermarked images
will look beforehand.
Put a date stamp on your photos with uMark's EXIF
watermarks. Add camera information or other technical
details as watermarks. Put the image name, location and
parameters like size and DPI in watermarks.
Create your perfect watermark once and save it for repeated
use. Watermark your next batch of photos within seconds
without having to start from scratch.
Repeat your watermark horizontally or vertically or both to
cover the entire photo so that no single part of the photo
can be used without your consent.
Whether you are using Windows PC or a Mac.
uMark is available for you.
uMark supports 8 languages - Dutch, English, French, German,
Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish. Use uMark in your language.
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New version of uMark for Mac includes several new macros, date formatting and ability to insert invisible watermark in the form of copyright metadata.
uMark 5.5 for Windows adds new macros, date formatting, control over including metadata, preserves DPI and more.
Gary Martin, director of RGG EDU YouTube channel conducted an interview with Copyright expert Joe Naylor from Image Rights and photographers Rob Grimm and Peter Coulson where they discuss today's copyright climate and what photographers can do to protect themselves against unauthorized use of their images.