I did a YouTube video about this software I’ve been using to resize and watermark my images. It is called PhotoMarks and you can see what it does and how it works here:
Anyway, one of things I found a little bit annoying about PhotoMarks was that I was constantly having to enter the sizing and add the watermark to every batch of photos I wanted to edit. Part of the charm of PhotoMarks is that you can actually add custom profiles so when you want to edit photos you just need to select the profile and it will immediately apply the settings.
The help section for the software is pretty comprehensive but I struggled in the beginning to find what I was looking for. So I figured I’d do a quick step by step guide on how to add a custom profile on PhotoMarks here. I’ll show you how to add the custom profile and then apply it to your photos. The examples below were taken while prepping my photos for my ghd travel hairdryer post which you can read here.
STEP 1: Open PhotoMarks > Add Photos
STEP 2: Add Photos > Select Photos you want to batch edit
STEP 3: Click Edit Photos > Add Filter
STEP 4: Add Filter > Select the filters you want to use, the sizes you require and add your watermarks
STEP 5: Select File > Save Profile and save the profile
STEP 6: Now every time you want to use those settings just go to Wizard > Select Profile
STEP 7: Select the necessary profile you want to use
STEP 8: PhotoMarks will automatically apply your settings and all you need to do is hit process.
Disclosure: I was given a key to test out the PhotoMarks software. You can try before you buy when you visit their website.