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Jan 21, 2007 09:09 |  #1

I have come un-stuck with what to watermark pics with and im bored of just putting my website address at the bottom

anyone fancy making me a small logo type thing for me.

neuropol is my website font

linghamdesigns.co.uk is the site

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Jan 21, 2007 09:34 |  #2

is lingham two words? Ling Ham?


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Jan 21, 2007 09:55 |  #3

na one word....

two words

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Jan 21, 2007 10:02 |  #4

oh ok I was going to say use intitials.


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Jan 21, 2007 10:10 |  #5

can use LD if you wanna try that




  
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Jan 21, 2007 14:41 |  #6

I dont know if this would be what you want. If you dont like it, I dont mind. You dont have to take it.


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Jan 22, 2007 04:12 |  #7

thats ace mate...how would i go about putting that on images etc because of the flare in the pic?




  
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Jan 22, 2007 04:16 |  #8

anyone else fancy a go so i have a choice :)




  
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Jan 22, 2007 05:14 as a reply to  @ lingham's post |  #9

How about something really simple like this. There are two examples.
Put this in your photo editing software, do a "select all" then copy and past as new layer on your image. You will have to resize.


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Jan 22, 2007 05:18 |  #10

You should do something that is unintrusive to the image you put it on. something simple.
Here is a couple different ones


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Jan 22, 2007 06:55 |  #11

you guys are legends!!!




  
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Jan 22, 2007 10:38 |  #12

yeah , sorry about that. I had intentions of doing a watermark and I got carried away and made a logo. Ill give it another go.


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Jan 27, 2007 22:15 |  #13

I like the L with the hanging D. Want to come up with something for me? Photos by Tam




  
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Jan 28, 2007 01:09 |  #14

...Im pretty sure you should go with "Ling Ding Design" (LDD for short)but thats just me :D


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