He missed it by only one day, which isn’t all that bad, but it resulted in dinner out, chocolate, some shopping, and an unexpected gift.
A new DSLR, Canon specifically. You know what that means, right? The tens of thousands of photos in iPhoto are soon to be joined by thousands more photos. I’m getting better at organizing by event and quality, but it didn’t take long to realize the need for some magic to reduce the tedium. Think bulk actions.
This is no ordinary photo editor. In fact, it doesn’t do much editing in the iPhoto or Photoshop sense. What it does is save time by automating watermarks, resizing, converting file formats, and doing it all with a click after a drag and drop.
Drag photos onto PhotoBulk. Adjust the settings. Click the Start button.
Hundreds of photos can receive a translucent, customizable watermark, or be converted to a different file format, or bulk resized with one click.
The time savings is enormous and PhotoBulk is priced right, but it’s missing a handful of extras– borders, captions, and a bulk name change option.