Image and photo editing apps for the Mac are a dime a dozen. At least eleven are free with maybe one priced at 99-cents. Others vary in price, features, and functionality, but most of them don’t do one thing most photographers truly want.
Watermark, resize, convert, and transform. In bulk.
If you’re on a budget Image Bucket might be the simple tool you need to get the deeds done in a hurry.
The claim to fame with Image Bucket is the blend of features not normally found in the typical photo enhancement app. Yes, it converts files– JPG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, BMP, PSD, TGA and more. But it also does watermarks by the hundreds or thousands, all via a simple drag and drop.
Type in the text for the copyright, select color, add drop shadow, change the font and size, then align the watermark, adjust opacity, check the preview, and you’re good to go.
Image Bucket can even use an image as a watermark.
Photos and images can be resized in bulk, too, and you can set the width and height (fixed), or proportional, both in pixels or percentages. Images can be previewed quickly, including file name editing. The Pro version costs $1 more and provides more saving and exporting modes.
Image Bucket is nicely done, fast, easy to setup and use, and has the right blend of features at a bargain price.