Creating a custom brush to use as a watermark or signature on your photographs is super simple! Here are easy instructions in Photoshop CS/CC and then in Photoshop Elements:
Step ONE: Go to File-New The width needs to be 2500 pixels or less. I chose 2500 for a large brush. I chose 1000 pixels for the height but you can choose any amount of pixels 2500 or less.
Background contents: Transparent Click OK.
Using the TYPE tool, type in your name.
Chokaloskee Smallwood Store
Open up your logo or whatever you'd like to make into a custom brush. Image-Image Size Make sure the longest side of your image is 2500 pixels or less.
Step TWO: Go to Edit Define Brush Preset Name your brush
That's it! Look at your brushes and you'll see your new one at the bottom! Save
ELEMENTS Open up your logo or whatever you'd like to make into a custom brush.Image-Resize-Image Size Make sure the longest side of your image is 2500 pixels or less.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions): Why is Define Brush greyed out? Chances are your image is too large. Resize the longest side to 2500 pixels or less. I cannot define brush, getting a no pixels selected message.
Professional Photographers Adapting to the Times
Florida Weekly: Getting the Picture
Florida Weekly: PHOTOGRAPHED
Florida Weekly: Free photowalk will focus on Instagram
Florida Weekly: Shooters can get skills in shape at photo boot camp
Florida Weekly: Photography Naples comes into focus
Welcome to Florida Weekly’s Best
Here come the brides, there go the gowns
Florida Weekly: Picture-perfect brides ‘Trash the Dress’ for photographers
Trash the Dress
Wedding Photographer Florida: Peggy Farren
Creative Back to School Photos
Live, Local Education in Florida on Super Monday - PPA Today
6 Tips to Help You Take the Perfect Photo or Video
Creating Picture Perfect Posts
Photo Opportunity: How To Start A Successful Photography Business
Post Your Comment Below
One of the most often questions we receive is "What type of camera should I buy?" Of course a lot depends on your budget and what you want to do with the camera. Watch this short video for Peggy's recommendation.Sign Up for Access
Enter your contact information to watch this short video for Peggy's recommendation!
Peggy Farren is an award winning, professional photographer, instructor, writer and speaker.
With over 17 years as a full-time professional photographer, Peggy offers photography training through her training center, “Understand Photography”.
This free report will help you choose the right cameras, lenses and accessories for your travels. You'll need different equipment depending on where you are going, your finances, and the weight of the gear. We'll show you how to determine the best equipment for your needs. Also included is a comprehensive list on what you'll need, some things you may not have heard before but you'll be so glad we let you know!
Many you've never heard before!