It has been a while since I have done a review of an application for the Mac. Correction it has been a really long time thinking about it. There is only one reason for this, and that is the simple fact that I had all the applications I needed, didn’t have a need or desire to look at any more as was more than content to be using my Macs after years of reviewing applications rather than just using them.
So what has changed?
Nothing really, other than the application that I have been more than happily using to add watermarks to my photos iWatermarks has aways felt a little clunky when it came to setting up the watermarks, and as result I have never really bothered to change the templates or add new ones, when I really could have done with doing so. This is my only criticsm of iWatermarks though! It does a great job, is easy to use (drag and drop) and has been a perfectly adequate companion over the years.
I will be sorry to see it go, but that is what must happen I am afraid having recently had the opportunity to test drive The Batch Watermarks
Why Add A Watermark
As you can see from the screen shots below it really is a very simple process. Add or drag your photo into the application, and then the real beauty of the application, type in the text you want to use as the watermark (I use Text Expander to store a range of standard ones), select the position that you want the watremark to be on the photo, and Apply Watermark.
There are a few advanced settings which are primarily font style, size and colour, and if you want to watermark multiple photos just drag them all in, which is exacty the same as iWatermark.
I would love to tell you more, but it really is as simple, fast and easy as that. Great application that costs $27 and works on Windows and Mac
As it says on their site:
“This watermark software is so simple to use that even my ten year old can operate it” – Kathy, Homemaker
And finally ……..
For anyone wanting to read the story of Fleur our latest rescue cat you can do so here, or check out her photos and videos along with those of Moreno, Oscar, Saidi, and bless her Orla at www.morenosworld.com