How To: Batch Process and Resize Images in Photoshop
India’s biggest wedding Photography Awards are back! Keeping that in mind we will be showcasing some basic #PhotoshopTutorials for wedding photographers along with Adobe India. These techniques will focus on easing your post production workflow, starting with Batch Processing and Resizing Images.
Picture this. Your memory cards are full. Your body is tired. So, is your mind. You just got back from a day of non-stop shooting, a wedding. Relatives from both sides of the family for whom you were making pictures gave you tons of free photography advice. There was a lot of good food too. But, now you are finally home.
Thus begins the process of dumping images, saving back ups and seeing what you have accomplished. This is where Batch Processing is a life saver. Perhaps, you want to try out your signature effect and see what it does for all those beautiful portraits you have shot. Perhaps, you want to run through all your images but don’t want to have to open heavy 24MP RAW files. Or maybe, you want to send a few of your favourite images across to the client, as low res files of course! Maybe, you just want to upload them to Better Photography Wedding Photographer of the Year 2014–15?
Well, the Batch feature in Adobe Photoshop let’s you do all of that in a few easy steps. Have a look at this tutorial.
For Batch Image Resizing, you will have to load Actions > Commands > Image Size
And, here is an easy way to resize individual pictures,