Photoshop CS6: Batch Processing Copyright Metadata for Multiple Images and Photos
s In this tutorial I will be showing you how to use Photoshop CS6’s batch processing and actions to add copyright metadata to all the images in a folder. We will set up the process first then after that we will be able to in one batch command add our copyright metadata to the entire folder without having to edit each image individually. It is important that we add our copyright details to our images to protect our intellectual property rights. However adding them individually can be very tedious. This process will save us a lot of time down the track.
For this exercise I will be using Photoshop CS6 but most versions have this capability and are all pretty simple if not exactly the same.
This process has been tested and works also on Adobe Photoshop CS4, CS5, CS5.5 as well as CS6. The process remains unchanged across all these versions of Photoshop.
In this tutorial we will show you how to Create a watermark in Photoshop CS6, how to add it to a image and then how to set your Photoshop CS6 up so that you can apply this watermark to numerous images in one action saving you time. This tutorial is in 3 steps.
In the first step we will show… Continue reading
Photoshop CS6 batch processing multiple images ready for the web
In this tutorial we will be showing you how to use batch processing to re-size an entire folder full of images you want to prepare for deployment on your web page. Rather than editing each photo individually, with one simple action we will change them all to 72ppi and re-size them all to suit your website. We all know we don’t want great big picture consuming a few meg of bandwidth each being re-sized by the browser. This is very bandwidth heavy so normally we would use Photoshop or Fireworks to re-size them etc. but when you are processing dozens or even hundreds at a time this can be quite tedious. This is where batch processing comes in. For this exercise I will be using Photoshop CS6 but most versions have this capability and are all pretty simple if not exactly the same.
This process has been testing and works also on Adobe Photoshop CS4, CS5, CS5.5 as well as CS6. The process remains unchanged across all these versions of Photoshop.