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How to turn off the watermark in your Prisma photos

Prisma, the popular photo effects app that is everywhere on Instagram and Facebook right now, adds a watermark of its logo by default to every photo it produces. But with one change, it's easy to turn it off.

How to remove the Prisma logo watermark from your photos

  1. Open Prisma from your home screen.
  2. Tap on the Cog (Settings) icon to the right of the screen.
  3. Uncheck Enable watermark setting.
  4. Tap Done at the top right to return to photo screen.

That's it! All of the photos you create with Prisma with now on will not have the logo watermark on the bottom right. Nothing else changes, and your photos are not altered in any other way.

What's next?

Prisma is a new and exciting photo effects app, and we'd love to know how you're using it. What are your favorite effects? Let us know in the comments below!

Daniel Bader is a Senior Editor at iMore, offering his Canadian analysis on Apple and its awesome products. In addition to writing and producing, Daniel regularly appears on Canadian networks CBC and CTV as a technology analyst.

5 Comments
  • You need to work on your adjectives, both "delete" and "remove" are wrong. You can't delete or remove something that isn't there in the first place. The word you should have used is DISABLE. Because you're disabling the mark from being there at all. Which is different from removing, since the mark would have to first be there to remove it.
  • Both "delete" and "remove" are verbs not adjectives. Just saying ... But yes, disable would have been a better verb to have been used.
  • I didn't confirm, but many reviews of the app say the terms of use are not very friendly, they apparently get the right to do anything they want with your entire photo collection, ouch -will probably stay away Sent from the iMore App
  • Such terms of use are usually implemented solely for the purpose of avoiding claims of "copyright" violation on the part of the user, and gives the Prisma People permission to alter the pics. I very much doubt they'll be doing anything untoward with them. An FYI- due to Prisma's popularity, there are a number of wannabe apps vying to be picked over the actual Prisma (Prisma labs, inc.) app. One is even masquerading as an iPad app for $2.99, and using Prisma's icon and art. It's not even a photo-editing app. Just a buyer beware. It's apparently now available for Android, but previously there were only imposters. It's a jungle out there!
  • Thanks for the article! It's worth noting that if you are already in the process of working on a photo when you disable the setting for the watermark, it doesn't take effect on the work in progress. You have to return to the start of the process (i.e. Re-select the source photo) for the watermark to be removed.
    Fantastic app, it does such a good job at replicating artistic styles.