Advance photo tools: Learn batch processing to resize potraits automatically

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This free Photoshop video tutorial will teach you how to use some of the more advanced batch processing techniques to develop an action which resizes portrait and landscape images correctly and then puts a relative border on top of it all.

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25 comments

  1. Finally refound the video after watching 25 blah-blahs that don’t tell ya how to do both orientations… Thanks!

  2. is it possible to make a batch of a picture turned into a pop art pic? For example, turn one pic into a pop art (or even black and white sketch) and then just make the other pics follow the same format?

  3. Thank you so much for this! You really saved me hours of work and then some. I really can’t express how grateful I am for you sharing your techniques.

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  6. Thanks for the tutorial! I have been wondering how to do relative canvas size changes and just did not know how to even ask the question. You answered it.

  7. What about if I want to add my logo using a my logo layer from an already existing psd file?

    I have no problem recording all my actions. But when i try to play it afterwards. Photoshop tells me it can do the move action I used to move my logo from my first psd photo file to my desired jpg file.

    Any suggestions then on how to automate a batch process to add a smaller image (my logo into a larger one???

    Please Answer quickly.

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