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The Photoshop® CS Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby

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Creating Your Own Custom Copyright Brush

If you want a quick way to apply your Copyright watermark to an image, check out this trick I learned from portrait photographer (and Photoshop guru) Todd Morrison. He showed me how to turn your copyright info into a brush so you’re only one click away from applying your mark to any photo. My thanks to Todd for letting me share his ingenious technique.

Step One.
Create a new document, then click on the New Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers palette to create a new blank layer. Get the Custom Shape tool (it’s in the flyout menu of Shape tools right below the Type tool in the Toolbox), then go up to the Options bar and click on the third icon from the left (which creates your custom shape using pixels, ...

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