How to Add Logos to Pictures on GIMP

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GIMP is an open-source image editing program. You can use it to edit and modify existing image files. If you have a photo that you need to stamp with your company or website's logo, doing this in GIMP only takes a minute. All your logo needs is a quick bit of copy-and-paste. If your logo isn't sized to match the photo's dimensions, you may need to resize it beforehand. Once you get the hang of it, you can quickly put your mark on your entire photo library.

  • Open both the photo and the logo image file in GIMP. Resize the logo to fit the photo. To do this, open the "Image" menu. Click "Scale Image." Adjust the width and height. Click the "Scale" button.

  • Press "Ctrl" and "A" to select the entire logo. Press "Ctrl" and "C" to copy the image.

  • Click within the photo. Open the "Layer" menu. Select "New Layer." Give the layer any name you please and click "OK."

  • Select the "Move" tool from the Toolbox panel. Press "Ctrl" and "V" to paste the logo onto the photo. Click and drag the pasted logo to your desired position. Once you have finished editing the image, save the picture in the format of your choosing.

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