This post is a carry on from my previous post organising photographs. If you’re like me I can snap away at random objects, landscapes, buildings, any excuse really.
An example of this can be seen below taken on my way to work. Sunrise down at Leith Docks in Edinburgh.
This photo isn’t the original as you can tell from the quality but it highlights that it’s moments like this you’re glad mobile phone technology has advanced over the years.
Over time I have built up an arsenal of software I use to help process images.
TSR Watermark Image
If you’re going to be posting your pictures on your website, blog or flickr then adding a watermark to them can help prevent people steeling them or claiming credit for it. TSR Watermark allows you to add text or graphics to a single image or a batch. This and more can be done from a simple interface.
This tool converts and batch re-sizes images. Is as simple as selecting an input folder and output folder, picking a profile and off it goes. Lots of options.
Check out Photo Magician
This application is an absolute time saver. Ever wanted to remove a person, object or a background from an image? Well InstantMark offers a quick and simple method to do this.
Make sure you checkout how it easy it is on Youtube – Remove background with InstantMask
Use CollageIt to create collages from your photographs. Choose some snaps pick a background and off it goes. Take from CollageIt’s website.
CollageIt is an easy-to-use and automatic collage maker, which makes photo collage automatically. There are only three steps to make your stunning collage: add photo, set parameters and generate collage preview, save collage as image format, such as BMP, JPEG, PNG, TGA, GIF etc.
This application allows you to add comments, time stamps, pictures and thinking bubbles to your photos. Sweet and simple, even allows you to batch process pics. This application can also use the EXIF data.
Handy little tool – PhotoTitle
As you probably gathered from the name this application adds fun borders to your photos. Lots and lots of options from border types processing a single image or a batch.
If you fancy making a little visual change to your photo finishes then check out FrameFun.