Open an Internet browser window and navigate to "http://www.pixlr.com/editor/." This is a free
online image editor. You can upload images from your computer, create new images or specify
the URL of the image you wish to edit. Choose either to "Open an Image from your Computer
or "Open Image from URL." Browse to your desired image or type in the URL of the image's location.
Select the Clone Stamp Tool from the toolbox at the left of the screen. The tool looks like a
small stamp with an arrow in it and is located beside a pencil. You can also press "S" to select the
Select an area of the image that is comparable to any portion of the watermark you need to
remove. For instance, if part of the watermark is on a dark green area of the image, choose a
portion of the image that's roughly the same color as source point. The Clone Stamp Tool
needs a comparable source point to replace the watermark with the colors from the source.
Press "Ctrl" and left-click with your mouse when you have a source point.
Position the center of the Clone Stamp Tool over the area of the watermark you wish to
replace with the source point. Left click once to begin painting over the area. You may need to
repeat the process two or three times to completely remove each portion of the watermark.
Zoom in on your image using the Zoom Tool that looks like a magnifying glass. This will allow
you to see if you've successfully removed all of the watermark. If you haven't, you can still
use the Clone Stamp Tool while zoomed in to finish the removal process.