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I have to resize every photo I take

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Panu pu ba idet ng pic sa photoscape


To resize your photos, click, click on the Editor button. Then select the folder where is the photo located. You can select more than one photo. Drag and drop the photo to the empty box on the right. Then select options, click the resize button and select the length or width. Then click the save button and you're done!



To edit multiple photos, go back to the main menu and click on the Batch Editor Button. Then select and drop your photos to the right, select the resize measurements and click convert all button. The originals get automatically saved in another folder, and the resized photos are saved in a folder that you select.

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You can also combine multiple photos in one and make a collage. It's pretty cool feature to use. You can use other editing features to enhance your photos- you can crop your photos, add text box, add different shapes, rotate your photos, remove red eye, you can brighten or darken your photos, increase saturation and color or decolorize in sepia or in black and white. You can sharpen them, use contrast, bloom or backlight and you can add different filters to change your photos in cool ways.


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There are a lot of things that this program allows you to do with your photos so you can customize and enhance them before printing, emailing or publishing them on the Internet. So, have fun editing and resizing your favorite photos and share them on the Internet with all your friends and family!

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