Just as any proud parent – you undoubtedly take tons of photos of your children. Some of those photos may be candid shots when they’re being cute, or others may be family photos or of certain special events, holidays, and so on.
At some point or other when you go over the numerous photos of your children that you’re storing on your hard drive – you may find that you need to resize them. There are quite a few reasons why you may need to resize your photos, such as to:
- Make them smaller so that they consume less space.
- Prepare them to t into a certain frame.
- Create ‘thumbnails’ for a website.
If you’ve resized photos in the past then you undoubtedly know that to resize one photo is actually quite easy. However doing so for all your children’s photos (or a good portion thereof) is going to be an en+rely different cup of tea.
That is where being able to batch resize images is going to be useful. With Movavi Photo Batch, you could resize as many photos as you like in one go rather than having to deal with each photo individually.
All that you need to do is decide how you want to resize your children’s photos. Due to Movavi Photo Batch’s features, you’ll be able to choose to resize them to the largest possible size that fits into a certain frame while preserving the aspect ratio, or by a percentage of their original size.
Assuming you feel that preserving the aspect ratio isn’t important you could even just set a specific set of dimensions to resize your photos. Just remember – ignoring the aspect ratio could cause them to appear stretched out or squashed.
In addition to letting you resize photos so easily, Movavi Photo Batch will also give you the means to prepare your children’s photos in other ways. Using it will enable you to convert the format of your photos, adjust their quality, rename them, or even flip or rotate their orientation.
To put it simply, when you want to prepare your children’s photos for any needs by resizing them or tweaking them in other ways – Movavi Photo Batch is the perfect tool to use. Considering it is so user-friendly, you should have no trouble picking it up and quickly putting it to use on your photos.