macOS Shortcuts: Add a Watermark To an Image

Learn more about creating your own Shortcuts by following along with this watermark tutorial. Build a Shortcut that will add an overlay to an image file and save the file to the same location with a new name. This can be the basis for all sorts of image modification Shortcuts.



You can download the Shortcut here.

Comments: 4 Responses to “macOS Shortcuts: Add a Watermark To an Image”

    Ted McLaughlin
    2 weeks ago

    This worked nicely. However is there away to modify so you could choose between two different watermarks.

    I have tried a few things but nothing seems to work.

    2 weeks ago

    Ted: You could, yes. You’d have to add a lot to the Shortcut. No simple answer I can explain right here. If you don’t know how, then consider just duplicating the Shortcut and having two, each with its own watermark.

    Daron B
    1 week ago

    Hoping you can help I’m trying to develop a similar macro but for the watermark I want to use Location data from the image. I can get the Location text, or can get the map open showing the location, but can’t see any way of getting either data source to overlay. Closest I’ve been able to achieve is screenshot (full screen alas) the screen with the maps app open and overlay that. I don’t think it’s possible but I’d love to know for sure :)

    1 week ago

    Daron: Do you want a map of the location, or just the name of the location? Should be easy to do the latter. Just get the location from the image and use that as text over the image. Keep working with it and you’ll get it.

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