The watermark overlaps important image parts
You can add a logo to the image in such a way that it overlaps a part of the image. Still, if it is undesirable to overlap even a small part of the image, you can add a narrow stripe to the bottom of the image and place your logo on it.
Do the following:
- First, create a separate graphics file with transparent background and your logo on it. Image size should be larger than the image itself.
- Launch Image Converter Plus.
- Go to "Photos" tab, select and add images you want to process.
- Go to "Profiles" tab, click "Add operation" in "Operation before save: Add operation" line and select "Canvas".
- Click once again and select "Watermark".
- Click "+" mark located to the left from "Add operation" line to open the group of settings for added operations.
- In "Canvas", enter a value into the "Width" box. This value should be larger than your logo width (if it is attached to a side of the image). Or, if the logo is attached to the top or bottom of the image, enter a value into the "Height" box. This value should be larger than your logo height. Activate "Relative" checkbox.
- In "Anchor", select the side opposite to the logo side (if your logo will be placed below, select "Top"; if your logo will be placed to the right, select "Left"). In "Border Color", select a background color for your logo.
- In "Watermark", enter the full path to the file with the logo you've just created into "Apply watermark from file :" line.
- In "with horizontal alignment : , with vertical alignment :", select the desired place for your logo on the image.
- In "with horizontal offset : , with vertical offset :" enter offset values in pixels.
- Specify settings for the output format (optimal values are specified by default).
- Specify the folder to save converted images to.
- Specify other settings.
- Press "Start" button to start conversion.