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Easily Resize Pictures with Image Resizers

Easily Resize Pictures with Image Resizers

If you need a hand editing images for professional use, we’re here to help.

Our team of printing experts is here to lend a helping hand anytime you need us, but we know you like to have control as well, so we thought we would share this list of image resizers out there that you can research.

Just as the popularity of emailing and uploading images to websites has increased, so have image file sizes. Many photos are difficult to email or upload because of their large size. In addition, they take a long time to download and often get caught up in email filters due to size limits. Here are a few examples of handy image resizers that can help you conveniently resize photos:

  • Photo Magician – Provides several options on how and where to resize photos, including the option to overwrite existing files.
  • Resizr – A free online image resizer and picture crop website with lots of extras to convert, crop, rotate, or edit images quickly and easily.
  • Free Sizer – An easy to use tool to quickly create resized copies of your pictures that can be sent by email or uploaded to the web – comes pre-configured for most popular uses.
  • Batch Photo Resizer – Is a is full-featured software for converting and resizing the graphic files of well known formats.
  • ShrinkPic – Automatically reduce the size of photos for email, IM, blogging and web galleries without changing the original image.
  • Shrink Pictures – This site was created out of frustration of users asking questions like How do I resize images? How do I make images smaller? Etc.
  • Easy Photo Uploader – allows you to resize and upload your photos to Facebook, and log into your Facebook account directly from the program’s interface.
  • QuickResizer – Allows you to resize your pictures in a few seconds. Also supports batch resizing, so you can resize multiple files at once.
  • Picture Resize Genius – Resize pictures, add watermarks, rename picture files, and change their extensions.
  • Fotosizer – An online tool that crops images “intelligently,” preserving the visually interesting parts of the image during the crop.
  • Cropp – An easy way to crop images in your browser without requiring any software.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. dilliprasad
    Oct 01, 2018 @ 04:06:05

    PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize’s advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/

    Reply

  2. dilliprasad007
    Sep 28, 2018 @ 22:30:35

    PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize’s advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/

    Reply

  3. dilliprasad007
    Sep 27, 2018 @ 04:44:33

    PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize’s advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/

    Reply

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