Lightroom CC logo watermark capabilites

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When will you upgrade to allow logo watermarks in Lightroom CC??

Sad to see priorities are not inline with customer requests and needs. With recent upgrades made regarding shared folder filtering etc but STILL no updates to the basic watermark feature in LRCC and not allowing a logo watermark to be added to images.

With my upgrade last year to LRCC (have purchased LR since version 2) i was going to remove my subscription to shootproof for image sharing and downloads. They have a wonderful system that allows you to select logo, image etc and switch on and off at any time including to existing uploads as well as a built in online cart feature that allows you to link to preferred printer (that are aligned with SP) or for customers to purchase digital dowloads direct and options for file size and with or without WM.

This would be a good feature to add into CC for the $$$ we pay each month.
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Posted 9 months ago

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It does now during export (other than Original or DNG exports).
You can also make your own Logo in PS then save it as a PNG file and add it while exporting images.

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I think you are referring to the classic version because this feature is not available in new lighroom online (mobile)
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« Sad to see priorities are not inline with customer requests and needs. »

I agree with this statement. I personally don’t care about watermark, because I don’t use it, but this feature has been requested over and over on this forum. Like HDR/Pano, keyword sync, sync edit history, virtual copies, the ability to copy edits to multiple images, ...
Adobe doesn’t seem to be listening to its existing user base. The promise of regular updates is not met, being on mobile as on desktop, despite the monthly $$$. Instead of this, we get a « tutorial » page no one has ever requested. I’m not saying it’s bad, but speaks for itself regarding Adobe’s priorities: capitalize on smartphone users’ market instead of photographers. That’s dishonest and unfair towards their customers, but they’re only looking at the cash flow, which must be good. I’m not saying this to bash Adobe and i’d Be happy to be proven wrong. The ball is in your court, Adobe

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