With today's digital cameras it's easy to take dozens of photos with every
opportunity, be it a meeting with family and friends or a vacation with the
loved ones. Sharing those pictures used to be much more complicated, but
this is now a thing of the past with the advent of Facebook, and photo sharing
Handling so many pictures at very high resolutions with huge file sizes will
be a laborious task. This is why it's important to reduce the photo size
before sending via email or sharing online.
Surely, you can resize your photos one by one with any photo editing software,
but if you have hundreds of pictures it will take an awful lot of time and work.
The good news is that this is a repetitive task that can be completely automated
with the help of a specially designed bulk photo editor.
Introducing BatchPhoto, a photo size reducing software for Win & Mac OS X.
The program is designed with productivity and ease-of-use in mind, so you can
easily change photo sizes for hundreds of pictures in one operation, save your
settings for later use and even perform all operations with a few clicks from
Windows® Explorer's right-click menu!
There is a feature-complete free trial for you to test right now, just
download it by clicking on the "Try it Free" button below!
Need more functionality? BatchPhoto has even more useful features to help
you keep your photo collection in shape. Reduce photo size and rename images
with meaningful names, also annotate photos with date/time and comments, all at
the same time! So there is more, much more to BatchPhoto than the image reducer!
Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac OS X® Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9), Mountain Lion (10.8), and Lion (10.7).
BatchPhoto is designed to be easy to use. Its user interface is organized
as a three-step wizard as you can see below:
Mac OS X
Softpedia guarantees that Batch Photo is 100% CLEAN
We are developing an English Foreign Language program web site for the Japanese market. It has 26 (A-Z) pages each featuring thumbnails and large images. In total over 700. Photoshop could not reduce the file size anywhere near what BatchPhoto does. Also can you imagine how long it would have taken me? To achieve what I wanted took about 30 minutes in total - including using filters etc. It is such a good program! Congratulations!