Multiple watermarks

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You can apply up to 4 image layers in a profile, giving you heaps of creative freedom. Use them for watermarks, decorative effects, lomo-style effects and other uses for which you might otherwise have used Photoshop.

Designate each layer independently as 'watermark.n'. Where n is 0, 1, 2, or 3. The image to the right has 3 image layers - in the top left (holly), bottom right (holly rotated) and over the whole image (snow).

The two holly images are the same - the bottom right one has been rotated 180 degrees. It also has a text layer thrown in for good measure. The code for the image on the right is:
https://sirv.sirv.com/website/demos/girl-hat.jpg?w=300&watermark.0.image=%2fwebsite%2fdemos%2fchristmas1.png&watermark.0.position=northwest&watermark.0.scale.width=70%&watermark.1.image=%2fwebsite%2fdemos%2fchristmas1.png&watermark.1.position=southeast&watermark.1.rotate=180&watermark.1.scale.width=70%&watermark.2.image=%2fwebsite%2fdemos%2fsnowfall.png&watermark.2.scale.width=300&text.3.text=Merry%20Christmas!&text.3.position=south&text.3.font.weight=bold&text.3.size=75%&text.3.color=white&text.3.outline.color=black&text.3.outline.width=12

Original image
Original image with no overlays
3 image layers and 1 text layer
Image with 3 watermarks and 1 text

When referencing images in the URL, use the HTML encoding character '%2F' to represent the '/' character.

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