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Q & A: Photoshop Brush Preset

We’ve received numerous questions on what we do when posting pictures on Facebook.  There’s no secret really!  Once we’re done editing an image, we put our watermark on the image by using a brush preset (see how to create a brush preset in the video below).  We then simply save the image as a jpeg.  We don’t downsize the image or anything for Facebook.

Below is how to create a brush preset in Photoshop.  It’s very important to always watermark your images especially if you’re posting it in the internet!  We usually place our watermark on the client’s clothing or close to their heads…pretty much place it where no one can crop your watermark out.  Our watermark is actually a brush preset.  This makes it so much easier than having to type ‘Niña.Cecilia {creative spark}’ every single time we need to watermark our image.  There’s no audio in this video, but hopefully it’s not too confusing what I did 😉

 

photoshop brush preset from ninacecilia on Vimeo.

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  • Kate - Thank you so much for posting this! I have been following you two for awhile now because I love your photographs – now I love you guys all the more for making my life easier 🙂 Keep up the great work.

    Kate

  • Niña.Cecilia {creative spark} - You are welcome! 🙂

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