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- Images need to be either jpg or tiff
- The ideal file size is between 900×900 and 1800×1800
- The type of images that work best are either busy rich images where everything is in focus, or images that have coloured backgrounds with a gradient fill
- Apply any textual elements after watermarking the image, taking care not to obscure too much of the image.
- If you watermark an image with text in, the text can appear ‘jagged’
- Avoid images with blurred elements. Blurred elements in images (e.g. blurred backgrounds) can end up ‘jagged’ and pixellated.
- Avoid images with too much white. White areas cannot be watermarked, and areas bordering the white will look ‘jagged’.