Today I released a new version of Picture Stamper after quite a while. This version addresses a few minor issues in the user interface and also as of this version (v2.8.0) you can also set an opacity level for Logo and/or Watermark text that you add to the images. Pretty much everything else is the same, but you can find out for yourself if you head to official Picture Stamper page.
Below is an screenshot of the Mac OS X version (exactly the same as Windows version) in which I tested the new features on my own picture 🙂
To be able to watermark your RAW (CR2 and CRW) files taken using a Canon EOS camera you first need to convert them to JPG, and then add your watermark (for example your website address or your name) to them. In this post I am going to describe how to do it for free.
This new version of Picture Stamper (version 2.5) allows you to also set file type for output and includes optimizations in speed and settings. Also design is much more simple and no tabs to get confused! To download please head to Picture Stamper Official Page or click the icon below:
Another update on Picture Stamper. Now Mac OS X users can also download and use this tool for free! It’s not available in Mac App Store yet but hopefully it will, soon, and also in many other trusted download websites (just like Windows version).
As of today you can also download my new application Picture Stamper from Softpedia. They have written a nice review and of course they have proposed some updates that I think I will add and release in the near future. They have also checked it for malwares and of course they have given it a Softpedia 100% clean award. Check it out using the badge below and download it. It’s free, fast and simple 🙂
I released Picture Stamper officially just moments ago, and for the best possible price, ABSOLUTELY FREE, for anyone who needs a tool such as this. For so long I needed an application to stamp my photos before sharing them on the web but in the end I had no other choice but to write it myself because all options were either too complicated and pricy or they were just not what I needed.