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How to edit 24 pics in thumbnail format?


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#1 cachophrastus

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Posted 03 June 2018 - 02:00 PM

Hi,

I have added this new feature to my website.

https://crp.before-n-after.co.uk/index.php?/vehlist/type-1_bidsale-none


I'm struggling to find a fast and simple way to compress and edit then upload the pics. I use Mac 10.11.6   It is taking me a whole day to edit, compress then upload the pics. I need to do it in about half an hour. Up to now I have been right clicking on each individual file for "quick look", renaming the file then uploading each file to Pixlr for editing and compressing. I have just found the "Compress lite" app and this is definitely the answer for batch compressing. What I would like to do after compressing is view around 24 pics as thumbnails on a page and to be able to crop, lighten or contrast the thumbnails and add a caption to each image (still as thumbnails) and then save the images in a folder. I can then upload the images according to their caption/file name. Is there an off the shelf app that I can use to do this?

 

Thanks in advance.
 
Notes:
1. I added a link to the feature. Moderators - delete if you think it's not appropriate. I just thought that it would help to explain what I'm trying to do.
2. Editing the pictures is pretty routine now.  I only need to see a thumbnail to see where I need to crop, lighten or add contrast.  I need to edit each individual picture though.  I can't batch edit.
3. I'm not much of a techie and I can't really spare the time to learn something like photoshop. However, if there is a limited routine I can stick to in photoshop or other to do the job I would be willing to try that. If you can suggest something I can always try it out in the free trial to see if it works for me before buying



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