If you have a photo to edit, you probably turn to your computer's built-in software, Photoshop or similar tools. But, what if you have tens or even hundreds of photos to edit? You could tackle each image one at a time, but that could take awhile. Instead, give this handy download a try. It lets you edit as many photos as you want all at once.
FastStone Photo Resizer allows you to perform edits and corrections on a batch of photos, so you don't have to open each file individually. Even though it's free, the software offers a ton of tools for you to use. Once you select your group of photos, you can resize, rotate and crop them all at once. It also allows you to edit the canvas, color depth and DPI.
You can even add text, watermarks and borders to all of your images.
It's also a useful tool to keep your projects organized. Most images off of digital cameras come with generic titles like IMG_4125. With FastStone Photo Resizer, you can rename an entire group of photos easily, so you won't lose track of the photos you're working on.
This is a great tool if you're working on a photo project or dealing with images that all need similar adjustments. If your photos need more individual attention, you can use free powerful photo editing software like GIMP.