Resize Photos with a Picture Resizer Software

We often need to upload digital photos to our online profiles from MySpace and Facebook or we want to share them online with our friends by uploading to a photo sharing website like Flickr or Picasa. We may even need to add pictures to our personal blogs or create an eBay auction with photos of the sold items.

In all those cases we have to upload the images online, but our digital photos have huge file sizes and uploading them online can take forever. Additionally, some sites require pics with certain dimensions (e.g. 800x600 pixels) or we simply prefer smaller sizes that fit the screen. The good news is we can shrink the picture sizes and set the dimensions at the same time and for dozens of photos in one go.

For that we need a specially designed software tool that can perform those operations on batches of pictures. BatchPhoto is such a tool, a picture resizer software capable of resizing pictures and at the same time reducing the image size through compression. The program can perform a set of operations on a large number of pictures, in one session, and very fast.

With BatchPhoto you can resize pictures and at the same time perform additional operations like: renaming your pics with meaningful names, annotating them with date/time and comments or even converting the image file format to JPEG, PDF, PNG, TIFF, GIF, BMP and more!

But why not try for free the fully-featured trial version of BatchPhoto and see if it's the right tool for you? To download the trial just left-click on the "Try it Free" button bellow!

Learn to Reduce Picture Size

Some social sites require to change our picture' sizes to specified dimensions like 640x480 or so prior to uploading. The good news is we can reduce our picture sizes and compress them at the same time. Learn more from the following article:

Change Photo Size

Learn to Shrink Photos

We can shrink picture sizes and better compress them at the same time with a specially designed picture shrinker software. The photo shrinker needs to allow us to shrink multiple photos in one session in order to save time if we deal with dozens of pics. Lean more from the following article:

Shrink Pictures

Note: BatchPhoto works with Windows® XP, Vista, 7 as well as the other Windows systems.