Well as many of my wonderful family and friends know, I'm a fanatic when it comes to photography with snapping away like a fool behind the camera lens. Well soon I hope to be going Pro with my photography, which means a lot; having a photo editing program that is user friendly as well as having all of my work protected. Most of you awesome friends know that I own the full version of Photoshop but have had the most difficult time utilizing all the many features it has. For a mom like myself who loves to click away behind the camera lens but also has responsibilities of taking care of the kids, keeping the house in order, paying bills online, running errands upon errands, making sure the kids are at cheerleading practice and Tee-Ball practice and games as well as now trying to work at building my own photography business it goes without saying that the more convenient something is for me (as long as quality isn't compromised) the more apt I'm going to use that item.
Such is the case with the recent Product Review I did with Portrait Professional Studio 9, which you can read and view here and here. I absolutely loved their program and have used it many times over. Some of my friends have also told me that they purchased this program after reading what I wrote and giving the link for them to visit and download a trial version for themselves. So far I haven't heard any complaints about the product yet; they all seem very satisfied and happy to have discovered something so easy to apply. Yay!!
So now onto this photo below. I will tell you that I did play around with two different photo watermark programs but I'm not going to tell you which program I used just yet. I want you to tell me what you think first before I do. The before and after of each of the photo's I took of my son are pretty obvious but I still titled them 'Before', 'After'. LOL. I'll tell you more about the features of this product once I read up on it some more.
Below is another watermark I added to a photo I took of my young little cheerleader as she was sitting on the sidelines waiting to cheer the footballers on. She's the one in the hair ribbon screaming with her viens about to pop out!