The List of Tutorials to Get Started with Watermarkup

Hi friends,

We have compiled tutorials from other posts into a list of guides for you to make it easier for you to use our software. If you cannot find the guide you need, simply contact us via [email protected]  or our social media accounts. We will respond to your questions as soon as possible. Thank you.

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Our Public Roadmap for Watermarkup

Hi friends,

We constantly update and improve Watermarkup. We hope that you enjoy the software. Here is the list of new features we will create in the next months. If you want any features, simply email us via [email protected] or our social media accounts. You can find them here  https://watermarkup.com/contact.html

Our Public Roadmap:

  1. More watermark templates
  2. Create your own custom watermarks and Save them
  3. Text alignment within text box. Also, object alignment relatively to the canvas;
  4. Add a toolbar of symbols: Copyright, trademark, rights glyphs;
  5. Font size picker;
  6. Add text strikethrough, bullet list, and number list.
  7. Add text strokes
  8. Add newsfeed
  9. Object Alignment

We attached several new screens related to upcoming features.

Editing Text:

Object Alignment:

Text Templates:

Create Templates:

Thank you and we hope that Watermarkup is useful for you.

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How To Price Stock Photography

The demand in stock photography

A stock photo is a photograph licensed by an artist to be bought and distributed for commercial purposes. Becoming a successful stock photographer is an art. We have compiled a guide on how to price stock photography, with tips and tricks for stock photographers and stock photographers.

There are typically two types of stock photos, which are now called “stock photos.” There is microstock photography, which is now satisfying the demand for cheaper stock images, and there is a great interest in macrostock photography.

Macro-equity agencies rely on exclusivity to get a higher price for images, while midstock and micro-equity agencies rely on the sheer number of options. The fee for a single image instead of a large number of different images also allows you to sell the same image to multiple customers, which is great for stock photographers but may not be preferred by customers who want to create unique campaigns and marketing materials.

With the increasing popularity of digital media platforms, the demand for beautiful stock photos is growing. As the market becomes more accessible, camera phones produce high-quality footage, and more and more people use Internet technologies, an endless stream of images seems to be pouring into stock exchange agencies.

Bloggers, authors and online entrepreneurs want beautiful images, but cannot afford the cost of traditional stock photos. The photographers who are able to break into the traditional stock photo market are able to satisfy their needs. When you refer to stock photography, you usually speak of microstock photography. Before we dive any further, we have to dive a little deeper.

If you submit your photos to a stock photo website or a microstock agency, you retain the copyright to the photos. As a photographer, the copyright remains with you, but you are … Read the rest

How To Protect Images You Post Online From Image Theft

More than 80% of the images uploaded and posted on the internet are stolen or used without permission from their photographers or owners. With the popularity and fast growing improvement of the Internet, it is very easy for users to download, copy, use, and redistribution.

We will have a look at different ways you can use to protect your assets from theft, but first we need to know how to find your stolen images.

How to Find Stolen Images

The first thing you need to know is that not all people have intention to steal your images. Sometimes many bloggers or publishers don’t know what they have done wrong. They don’t know that they cannot use your images in the blog posts, presentations, documents, and other materials. They also don’t know that they have to ask for your permission or leave a credit to the original creators.

You can find your images used by someone else in various ways. Here are a few ways you can try.

1. Stumble Across It

Although it sounds unusual but sometimes you can stumble across your stolen images. The more content you post online and the more images you share, the more often you can find your images online, especially your best images. The image can be in Google Image search, an online article, a social media post. Sometimes you can find your image in banners or advertisements.

2. Reverse Image Search

There are several online tools that you can use to search for the stolen images. You can try TinEye, PicSearch, Google Image Search, Bing Search.

TinEye is the first image search engine that helps you websites that copy your images. You can upload or drag and drop your images to start your search. You can also use an URL to start the

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