How to Resize Your Fashion Photos

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When you snap fashion photos using a digital camera or smartphone, they tend to be of a particular predetermined size. For most purposes, the size of fashion photos doesn’t really matter – but from time to time it actually can be extremely important. If you want to minimize the file size, fit your photos in a particular frame, or even shrink them into ‘thumbnails’ for a website then being able to resize your fashion photos will be useful. If you want to resize your fashion photos for whatever reason, then using Movavi Photo Batch would be your best bet to be able to get it done quickly and effectively. It is a batch processing software that will allow you to resize multiple photos at the same time and will provide you with several options to do so, such as:

  • Shrink or expand your fashion photos by a percentage of their original size while preserving the aspect ratio.
  • Fit fashion photos in a particular frame size so that they turn out as large as possible while preserving the aspect ratio.
  • Set a custom size while ignoring the aspect ratio.

The reason why preserving the aspect ratio is important (particularly for fashion photos) is that if you do not preserve it, then your photos may start to appear stretched or compressed. In short, your fashion photo may start to look unnaturally ‘thin’ or ‘fat’. Assuming you are resizing your fashion photos with Movavi Photo Batch to minimize their file size then you may want to also consider using JPEG compression on them. Using Movavi Photo Batch you will be able to convert your photos to JPEG, BMP, TIFF, and numerous other formats both quickly and easily. With its other features, you will even be able to improve the quality of your photos, rotate and flip your images, rename your photos in bulk, and much more too.

In a nutshell, having Movavi Photo Batch will give you numerous choices when it comes to resizing your fashion photos as well as improving them in other ways too. On your part all you need to do is decide on what sort of resizing you’d like for your photos, as well as the size that you want them to turn out. Once you do that, you should be able to get the job done with just a few simple clicks of your mouse.

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