One of the projects I’ve been working on for months is watermarking photos. There are a dozen or so ways to add a watermark to a photo using your Mac, but one of the faster, easier, less expensive, and enhanced ways is PhotoBulk.
As the name implies, PhotoBulk adds watermarks as a batch operation– hundreds of photos at a time– with a click. The value of this inexpensive app isn’t just watermarks. There are options for resizing and optimizing photos.
It all starts with drag and drop. Drag a bunch of photos onto PhotoBulk.
Functionality is self explanatory. Setup PhotoBulk by adding a watermark (image or text), then select the watermark location on the photo.
Change the watermark font, size, color, and opacity. Resize images by setting a width and height. Optimize images by selecting type and use the slider bar to adjust.
Then click the Start button and PhotoBulk opens each photo, enhances accordingly, optimizes both PNG and JPG (but also supports GIF, BMP, and TIFF), resizes, and adds the watermark.
That’s it. PhotoBulk is simple and sweet and another easy, inexpensive way to batch watermarks onto photos, while resizing, enhancing, or optimizing. Or, all of the above.