One of my subscriber asked me how to watermark an image with Mac Photos. I had to dig deep in the Google world to find a work flow that works at a decent price. I haven’t found any free way to add a image or .png file to a picture in Mac Photos. So you’ll have to spend a little money to make it work. There is a free option to add a text to an image with Preview but you will need an extension if you want it to look good.
I just want to say that there is a lot of different options out there. I was mainly looking for a extension that works with the Mac Photos workflow that I have created with the External Editors for Photos. So far PhotoBulk is the cheapest and easiest extentions I have tried. Look at the video to learn how to set it up and watermark your images.
Here is the free way to create a watermark with Preview. Open you image using Preview. Go to the menu located in the top left corner of your screen and follow these steps. Go to Tools – Annotate – Text. Then a box will appear where you can enter a text. Write down your watermark. You can change the font, size, color and move it where ever you want. After simply Export your image.