Create Watermarks in the GIMP Application
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- 12The opacity depends on the background. You can also set the "Opacity" by entering the value in the box. It is recommended to set the opaqueness to 80% maximum, as you don't want to distract people from the image.After that, you can make the watermark more opaque or less opaque by clicking the "Opacity" bar.
- 13Alternatively, remove or hide all of the layers besides the watermark layer and save the the transparent layer. Save or export the layer to JPEG (or another format), which you can open and put onto other layers.Finally, you can save the image with the watermark.Advertisement
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