Good news for our users:
We’re developing Windows version of our service called PicMarkr Pro. I hope it will be ready in the early of
April May, 2008.
Pre-order available, see below for details.
This software will help you to protect your photos and images with custom watermark the most convenient way.
You can use this software to:
- Watermark you existing Flickr photos
- Backup you Flickr photos (yes, you’ll be able to select and download any number of photos)
- Watermark your new photos and upload them to Flickr
The idea behind is very simply and consists of three easy steps:
- Import images
- Add watermark
- Save your watermarked photos or upload them to Flickr.
And in PicMarkr Pro there’re some additional features:
- Applying watermark to unlimited number of photos in a batch mode
- Ability to make your own presets or to change existing preset settings (opacity, font, background etc)
- Number of professional-look watermark presets
- Replacement of watermarked images on Flickr.
PicMarkr Pro will preserve image title, description and comments.
PicMarkr Pro will be distributed as a shareware product for $21.99 USD.
You can pre-order this application with a discount for only $14.90 USD.
I’d like to tell you about some small feature updates in PicMarkr. I talk about most requested features:
- Changing watermark opacity
- Importing images from Google Picasa and Facebook. Uploading images to your Google Picasa and Facebook albums.
- A few new presets
We’re planning to make these updates in the next week or two.
So stay tuned and subscribe to our RSS Feed to be notified when we launch new features.
12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 1.
12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 2.
RSS Flags: A Free Icon Set From PicMarkr Team
We’ve done a small icon set called RSS Flags!
This set contains 36 free RSS Feed icons in 9 different colors.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.
It means you may use it for any purpose, or make any changes you like. It will be great if you include a link back to us in your credits.
Download RSS Flags (Zip-archive, 47kb)
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The first part is here:
12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 1.
Lets take a closer look at these interesting scripts for improving your Flickr productivity.
- Flickr Contacts Organizer (install script)
A script for Firefox that lets you tag your contacts so you can keep up with their photostreams and contact them more easily.
- Flickr MultiMailer (install script)
Lets you send Flickr Mail to multiple recipients at once. It has mailing list feature, that lets you save a group of contacts as a mailing list. Extremely useful!
- Flickr Group Pool Admin: Warn+Delete (install script)
Have a Flickr Group? This script is for you! It lets you single click to remove images from a group pool, delete all a users images from a pool, also easily mail a user, kick, ban or promote a user all from the group pool page itself.
- Flickr Favorite Users (install script)
Shows, on the main contact page, your “favorite users” on Flickr.
These are the user owning photos you have favorited. They are sorted by the number of favorites you have from them.
Also works on other user’s contacts page so that you see which user they favorited the most.
- Flickr Photo Rank (install script)
The script queries Flickr for rank of the current photo in explore. The result is displayed on the photo page in additional information.
- Flickr AllSizes+ (install script)
Access all sizes for a Flickr photo. Copy the code, download the image and much more. Fully customizable through a Settings panel. Auto-updates itself for newer versions.
Hope, these scripts will help you and make your Flickr experience better.
Stay tuned and don’t forget to grab our RSS Feed – more interesting things coming soon!
I’ve found a nice and easy way to make Flickr presence better.
I talk about user generated scripts for improving Flickr features.
For using these scripts you must install Gracemonkey – a small (just 100kb) but very useful extension for Firefox.
So, lets get on and add some features to our Flickr account.
- Flickr Photo Page Enhancer (install script)
Adds links to different sizes directly to a Flickr photo page, generates html code to easily copy-paste thumbnail & description, and automatically loads your 20 most used tags when you click “Add Tag.”
- Flickr – Multi Group Sender (install script)
This script enables you to easily send your Flickr images to multiple groups at the same time. It works by overriding the normal “Send To Group” button on your flickr photo page.
- Flickr Photostream Graphr (install script)
Display a graph of how often your photostream has been viewed.
- Flickr Rich Edit (install script)
Adds a simple rich edit interface (Bold, Italic, Blockquote, Link) input textarea in Flickr where you can use HTML.
- Flickr Groups Organizer (install script)
This script lets you tag/categorise your groups and also easily quit groups from your groups list page.
- Flickr Titles And Descriptions Batch Tools (install script)
It adds various tools for editing titles and descriptions in the organizer. Including search and replace text in titles and descriptions, append text to titles/descriptions, Copy description, title or tags from first image to all images in batch.
More scripts in the next post!
So, grab our RSS feed or take a look at Picmarkr – an easy to use and free watermarking utility.
Update: 12 Must Have Flickr Scripts. Part 2.
Many people aren’t happy at looking into watermarked pics.
And personally I think visible watermark is and always will be not the best idea. Photos or images don’t become better and sometimes watermark is awful or just boring.
So why do we build a service that lets you to add watermark?
Well take a look at this story:
Someone decided to make a profit out of vicarious work
and uploaded photos to stock image website.
It is awful.
So if you make good shots and if you’re a good photographer – be careful.
You would never know if your photos will be illegaly selling somewhere.
The good solution is to use any of available watermarknig tools.
There’re a lot of software for Windows and Mac – the most of them are shareware.
And there is PicMarkr – a free online watermarking tool.
One month ago we’ve launched Picmarkr. And now its time to launch a Picmarkr Blog.
Its all about news, updates and interesting things about our service and people who use it.
- November, 2007 – the idea
- The end of December, 2007 – beta version launched
- January 2008: about 25.000 people watermarked 75.000+ pictures with PicMarkr
New features announcements, interviews with photographs, desktop version of PicMarkr and tips about digital photography.
Subscribe to our RSS feed today and stay tuned!