These days everyone carries a digital camera in their pocket. There is nothing special about having a digital camera anymore. You are just another person holding your brand new camera in the crowd if you snap the pictures and then upload them to your social network sites as is. If you want to stand out in the crowd, then you have to edit your pictures a little before you share them with others. How about rotating them a little and adding a watermark your work? And it is not difficult to do either, the free Hornil Photo Resizer allows you to resize and rotate your photos in addition to adding watermarks to them.
Here are some of the features of the Hornil Photo Resizer:
- Can convert, rename, resize and rotate images.
- Can rename images with sequential number and date.
- Can add many filters like auto level, auto Contrast, invert, gray-scale, sepia etc.
- Allows you to add transparent picture watermarks
- Supports many popular image formats like PNG, JPG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, ICO etc.
The Hornil Photo Resizer can be downloaded from the Hornil software website. The download is around 6 megabytes setup installer. After the installation you can launch it from its desktop shortcut. You have to click on the Start button in the Hornil Photo Resizer to get started with the program.
The first thing you have to is add your images that you want to work with. You can add the images by clicking on the Add button in the Add section. You can also drag-n-drop the images on to the Hornil Photo Resizer window. For each selected picture in the added images list, you can choose various operations like resize, rotate, filter, watermark etc., in their separate sections.
In the Rotate section, you can rotate your image to 90° clockwise, 90° counter-clockwise, 180°, rotate using the EXIF information embedded in the image and flip the image horizontally or vertically.
In the Filter section, you can add various filters like Auto level, Auto Contrast, Invert, Sharpen, Grayscale, Sepia, Advanced portrait glow and Vintage filters. These filters change the look of your photos automatically at the click of a button. You can combine two or more filters together.
In the Output section you can choose where the new image files shall be stored, what image format they will be stored in and their image quality. When you are ready to apply all the operations, you can switch to the Convert section and click on the Start button. It applies and saves all the images at a very fast speed.
Conclusion: The Hornil Photo Resizer is a batch image processor for Windows that can combine various image operations like resizing, rotating, renaming, watermarking together for your images. It can also be used to convert the images from one format to another.
You can download Hornil Photo Resizer from http://hornil.com/en/products/photoresizer/.