Sounds like fun, no? No? You’re right. Editing photos is tedium personified, but made faster with Mac apps that can bulk edit hundreds of photos at a time.
Bulk Photo Editing
When you hear the word ‘bulk‘ what comes to mind other than buying 55-gallon drums of olives at Sam’s Club or Costco?
Bulk also means batching, which, in this case, means editing large numbers of photographs with a click. Yes, it can be done.
Rather than add more gray to my hair by working on each photo from the vacation collection, one at a time, I decided to check on bulk or batch editors first.
High on my list of the many batch and bulk photo apps on the Mac App Store is PhotoBulk which resizes, renames, optimizes, and adds a watermark to hundreds of photos at a time.
Drag a folder full of photos onto PhotoBulk, check off a few options, and click the Start button. A few minutes later it’s all done, finis, complete.
What could be easier?
PhotoBulk is one of the better of the genre, but others are worthy, including Batch Photos Processor, which costs a bit less, but has a few extra features. There’s also PhotoJob, among others, which has a few more features at a similar price, but the developer doesn’t seem to have as many relatives to give it four and five star reviews.