How to Resize Your Photo with the Movavi Photo Batch

Whether it is a selfie, landscape photo or anything else – at some point or other you’ll undoubtedly find yourself needing to resize one or more of your photos. It may be that you need it to fit into a specific space, or it may even be that you want to create a ‘thumbnail’ image for a website, or something else entirely – the bottom line is, knowing how to resize your photo will undoubtedly come in handy.

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Before you do start resizing your photo however, there are a few areas that you’ll want to keep in mind: 

  • If you’re making the photo bigger it may become ‘blurry’ because its pixels are being stretched to fit the new space that is created. To fix this you may need to edit your photo and ‘sharpen’ it.
  • If you’re making the photo smaller it could start to cause elements to become less visible and not clear depending on the composition of the photo and how much you’re shrinking it by.
  • If you’re altering the aspect ratio of the photo it may cause elements to appear ‘thinner’ or ‘thicker’ depending on how it is altered.

All of these factors will have a part to play when you’re deciding on the final size of your image. If you’ve never resized images in the past, it may be a good idea to start by resizing it ‘to scale’. Assuming you’re using the Movavi Photo Batch as to resize picture, all that you need to do to resize it ‘to scale’ is to set the new size as a percentage of the old. For example, if you wanted to make the photo twice as big you’d set the percentage to 200%, or if you wanted to make it half as big you’d set it to 50%.

By using the Movavi Photo Batch, you’ll be able to resize numerous pictures simultaneously, as well as edit them, save them in different formats, and even rename them if need be. In short, it has everything you need to resize all your photos quickly and efficiently, and with a minimal amount of hassle on your part. Because it is so intuitive, even if you’ve never attempted to resize photos in the past you’ll be able to figure it all out in a matter of minutes. Matter of fact, you’ll probably never have any issues resizing photos in the future.

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