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Resize multiple images at once

Engaged ,
Feb 12, 2017 Feb 12, 2017

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I am about to start a glass sphere photo tutorial utilizing 35 images, some color, some old family pictures. How can I resize all the images to the same size each?resize images.jpg

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Community Expert , Feb 12, 2017 Feb 12, 2017

One of my favorites is to use the Image Processor.

From Bridge:  Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor

This will launch the Image Processor window and you can set the file format and use Resize to Fit to designate a specific size.  In the attached example, I have it set to 2000px x 2000px.  This will not make all the images square, but rather set the longest dimension on each file to 2000px.  I hope this helps.Screen Shot 2017-02-12 at 11.05.43 AM.jpgScreen Shot 2017-02-12 at 11.05.09 AM.jpg

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Feb 12, 2017 Feb 12, 2017

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One of my favorites is to use the Image Processor.

From Bridge:  Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor

This will launch the Image Processor window and you can set the file format and use Resize to Fit to designate a specific size.  In the attached example, I have it set to 2000px x 2000px.  This will not make all the images square, but rather set the longest dimension on each file to 2000px.  I hope this helps.Screen Shot 2017-02-12 at 11.05.43 AM.jpgScreen Shot 2017-02-12 at 11.05.09 AM.jpg

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I will give this a go, thanks!

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I am just getting back here. I wound up resizing each image individually. After that I went File, Automate, Contact Sheet II according to the tutorial. My version of Photoshop is not the same as the tutorial. I wound up with extra white space so I just duplicated some of the images and placed at bottom to hide the white space. I have selected the Elliptical Marquee Tool and can't expand the circle; the fly out icon is a plus sign? Here is where I am now:Glass Ball Images.jpg

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The tutorial had me go to Layer, Flatten Image. I am left with just the Background Layer. Here is the tutorial's image:

tutorial glass ball image.jpg

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