Can Photoshop Elements 9 work with and convert many photos at once or do I have to manually convert each picture? In other words, can Photoshop Elements 9 do Batch Processing?
At last week’s Photoshop Elements Group, I was asked how to optimize a photo to be uploaded to an online service and then printed as a 4″ x 6″ Photo. So we talked about some good settings in the Save For Web command. The next question was, can I do this on all my photos at once?
My first response was “No, I don’t think so. Batch processing is something reserved for the full version of Photoshop.” Boy was I wrong. Find out what I learned by the end of the night…
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