Picture this: A team logo. Your logo. The wedding date. Your signature.
These are Printmarks, and you can dress up any prints ordered from your site with endless possibilities. Different than watermarks, Printmarks will actually show up on the final printed product.
Set it up
First, design the Printmark in your favorite image editor. If you want transparent areas (such as in a custom border where your photo shows through the center) then you should save your image as a transparent PNG file. This is similar to making a watermark, and we have a simple tutorial for creating that kind of file here.
Upload the image to a gallery. We suggest an Unlisted one (such as your Site Files gallery) so people can't find it. Be sure to leave external linking on. Hit the gallery Tools button, then choose This Photo > Make into Printmark.
Adjust the Printmark on the sample image using the preview tool. Don't forget that you can change the placement and opacity. Before you save it, give it a unique, descriptive name. This way you can create as many Printmarks as you like, and easily tell which is which.
Tip: We recommend your Printmark image is at least 1500 pixels on the longest side, so it looks good on prints big and small.
How it works
Once you've created your Printmarks, enable them in your gallery settings. You'll find the option under the "Printing" section. Don't forget that you can create a Quick Setting to apply them fast, or use the Multiple Galleries option to enable them in bulk.
Finished products ordered from your galleries will print with the overlay.
Tip: We highly recommend that you enable Proof Delay in your galleries so that you can review and adjust orders as they get placed.
Gotcha: You can always remove Printmarks for print and gift orders held for proofing, but remember that digital downloads are available right away and cannot be changed.