Free Online Watermarker

Image file must be < 4.0 MB and of JPG, GIF, PNG, or BMP format.
Source Image File (the photo that you want to add watermark to):
Watermark Image File (your company logo, for example):
Watermark Text (any text you want to add to the photo):

With our Free Online Watermarker, you can quickly add image or text watermarks to your digital photos without having to download any software. This free version of Watermarker supports popular image formats like JPG, GIF, PNG, and BMP.

Here are a few simple steps to add watermark to your image file:
  1. Specify the location of your "Source Image File".
  2. Specify either the "Watermark Image File" or type in the "Watermark Text" or both.
  3. Click on the "Submit" button.
  4. Once the page refreshes and the image is watermarked, you will be able to view it by clicking on the "View Watermarked Image" button. You can then right-click on the watermarked image and save it to your computer.
  5. If you would like to change the position or font color/size of the watermark, click on the "Preferences" link. You will have to resubmit your file(s) after setting your preferences.
You will be able to add watermark to one image at a time using this free version of Online Watermarker. If you need to watermark multiple images in a folder all at once, we suggest that you download Batch Watermarker.

Besides supporting JPG, GIF, PNG, and BMP formats, Batch Watermarker also supports TIF, EMF, EXIF, ICO, and WMF. Batch Watermarker will watermark images a lot faster than this free online version of watermarker because it runs locally on your computer and it does not rely on the Internet to transmit the original image file and the watermarked image file.

All your watermarked image files will automatically be saved into a separate folder and you will not need to save each image file individually as you do in this free version of online watermarker.

With Batch Watermarker, you will be able to preview your image on the fly while you are changing the settings of your preference. That way, you know exactly how the watermarked image would look like before you start your watermark process.