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How To Turn Your Own Signature Into A Watermark In Photoshop

In this tutorial, The Photography School are going to show you how to create a logo and watermark using your own signature.

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Our friends, The School of Photography, have got a tutorial you can follow from the comfort of your own home that takes you through all of the steps you need to produce a personalised signature. 

By watermarking images with your own watermark, you help protect your images from the copyright and it's easy for people to see who captured the photo. Plus, as well as bringing peace of mind, it's really simple and quite fun to do as you can get really creative and add a really unique style to your company logo/name. 

This tutorial is based on Photoshop but the same instructions will apply to any other photo editing program you may use. 

Click 'play' on the tutorial above to see the in-depth steps but in a nutshell:

  1. Draw your signature
  2. Scan your signature into a computer
  3. Convert your signature into a PNG image
  4. Add your signature as a watermark or logo

For more tutorials on using Photoshop, have a look at our techniques

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