Image Editor, Converter, Resizer, Watermarker & More

BatchPhoto™ is a powerful photo manipulation program that makes it easy to convert, resize, watermark, annotate, touch-up, apply effects, and rename hundreds of photos in a single operation. Instead of enhancing and adjusting pictures individually, BatchPhoto lets you select a group of images, define a series of edits, and apply them in a single operation!

The program is designed to save time by allowing you to process hundreds of photos in one operation and by taking advantage of multi-core processors. Additionally, edits can be made on photos directly from Windows® Explorer's right-click menu!

But you can try the fully-featured version of BatchPhoto for free and see for yourself if it's what you need, just click on the "Try it Free" button below!

Features

Convert

  • Convert image file formats in batch mode, with more than 130 formats supported (including JPG, TIF, PNG, PDF and much more)
  • Batch Convert RAW Photos from Digital Camera Makers like: Canon, Sony, Nikon, Olympus, Fuji, Kodak, Pentax, and so on
  • Create PDF albums or multi-page TIFF files from multiple images

Annotate

  • Automatically imprint the original Date/Time for each digital photo
  • Protect photos with Watermarks as either text or logos
  • Add text Comments to multiple images in one operation

Transform

  • Resize photos automatically for easy sharing
  • Automatically Rotate dozens of digital photos to portait or landscape instead of rotating them one by one
  • Adjust DPI/PPI, Crop, and more

Touch-Up

  • Automatically adjust Contrast for dozens of photos at once
  • Adjust Brightness, Sharpness, Colors, Reduce Noise, and more

Effects

  • Transform your photos in batch mode to Black & White or Sepia
  • Apply artistic effects like: Charcoal, Oil Paint, Emboss, Negate, and more

Functionality

  • Easy to use, wizard-like graphical user interface
  • Use projects and profiles to improve productivity
  • Apply profiles on multiple pictures directly from Windows® Explorer right-click menu
  • Change the cryptic names generated by digital cameras