There is a nice little tool available in the OS X Terminal to batch resize images called sips. Simply execute: This command will resize all images ending on .jpg in the current folder to a maximum size of 1024 pixels Continue reading Batch resize images in OS X
Recently I needed to rotate a bunch of images based on their EXIF information on OS X. Why that? Well simple: OS X Preview has no problems of correctly showing the images based on the EXIF data. But Windows (at Continue reading Automatically rotate images based on EXIF
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