We have a lot to share with others, and nowadays we mostly communicate it via the Internet. Whether we do it with the help of blogs, forums or social networking sites – we cannot really do without images there. It is a known fact that visual content is more appealing than a plain text; so to reach out to a wider audience, make sure to add pictures to your articles, posts and messages. However doing it might not be as straightforward as it seems to be. We usually need to edit pictures on Mac before uploading them online, as there are plenty of reasons for you to do it.
Say, you are sharing pictures taken at an event, they turned out to be great and you would not want others to use them without your permission. Adding a watermark to all of them would be the right thing to do, but how to make a watermark on a Mac and add it to hundreds of your pictures without spending too much time on it?
Another thing you might have to do is to rename a batch of pictures – the default names given by your camera are not really helpful if you have to search for pictures of your last holiday spent at the seaside. You are dreading the thought of having to do it one-by-one for so many pictures.
But no need to worry, the good news is that there is a Mac photo editing software that enables you to perform these tasks in the most efficient and convenient way. PhotoBulk edits pictures in batches thus saving you plenty of time and effort.
Several advantages this bulk image editor for Mac has to offer to you:
- Bulk resize images and optimize it in a click. This is especially handy if you have to work with web sites that accept images of only certain size and dimensions. PhotoBulk works as a Mac image converter, it supports JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF formats.
- Watermark images on a mac. You can set a text or an image as a watermark and retain its proportions when adding to pictures of various sizes.
- Rename multiple photos. Type in a name for all your images, choose whether you want digits appear before or after it, the number of zeroes, start number and you are good to go.
- Preview edited images before making final changes, unless you save them, your original images remain intact.
All you have to do to start bulk image editing on Mac is to download the app from here or from the Mac App Store, install it and open the app. Select images to be edited, drag-and-drop them to the app’s window and choose a required action. Could it be any easier?
Go ahead and you’ll be surprised at how much time and effort this compact image editing software for Mac can save you.
Version 2.1.246 (7th Feb, 2018) Release notes