Adding a watermark to your photos can be done with some of the high end photo editing programs, however you can do it yourself with PhotoShop Elements very easily. First, get yourself your logo as a .PNG with a transparent background.
Open that up in Elements. So now you have your logo open in Elements.
Then open your image. I take photos every day and this is the first year that I’ve started adding a watermarked logo to my images. I’ll use this photo of the sky as my example. I then pull that image into Elements.
The next thing you are going to need to do is drag the logo into the image of the sky. Make sure the image of the logo is the one that you are on then switch to the pointer tool, click and drag that image onto the Sky image. The logo will appear on the sky photo as a new layer.
Now take a look at the layers. Layers are your friend, they are not scary and you can do so much with them.
Now position the logo somewhere on your photo by clicking and moving the layer with the pointer tool. You can also stretch it out so that it is the size you would like it to be. I like my logo to be prominent so I usually put it as a large size in the corner of the image. Once my logo is where I would like it I then change the opacity of the logo layer. This gives it that watermarked or ghosted look. The opacity is on a slider so just move it to where you are comfortable and what looks good to you. I start at, and mostly stay at, 50%.
And then I save my image.
Now you are done, and you have a great watermarked and branded photo.