On my hello people I’m still here post yesterday I mentioned that I had been trying to learn how to add words or a little watermark to my photos .
My learning process is a very slow one , not only because I am so afraid of messing something up if I click the wrong button or option , but also because when I have any doubts they’ll have to wait for my youngest one to be home so I can request her assistance ( and when she is , I either forgot what I wanted to ask or we do have so many other more interesting things calling for our attention , that my computer lessons are put on the side burner ) .
And then I learn by doing . Doubt , lesson , do , doubt , redo by myself , wash and repeat , until it is finally acquired , which can take quite awhile .
Around a month ago TheDogRules made a post with a tutorial on adding a watermark to photos and I bookmarked it for later “study” .
Then my daughter gave me a flash lesson ( oh yes , it was a flash one I can tell you , a few minutes with her fingers flying all over the keyboard , do this than that than you go here and do like this go back there do it again – that was my lesson , no time to take notes or do it along her , and that is how I learn ) on how to use some of the features on PicMonkey .
And so I played a bit , lost myself and panicked for awhile , but finally got something mildly resembling a watermark on some photos .
All this talk to tell you ( the newbies like me , and not tech inclined ) that if I could do it you can too . Even if you don’t want to watermark your photos – and I still don’t really see the point in doing so – it is a good exercise for adding lettering to pictures and playing around with the monkey .
If you would like to give it a try , and get to know another dog lover blogger in the process you will find it here .
And now I’ve got to go and play some more .
Turtle Hugs 🙂