Imagine this case. You have just got back from a holiday trip with your friends. During the trip, you took lots of photos using your camera and your friends ask you to share the photos on Google Drive. Unfortunately, you took the photos in a RAW format so that you need to convert the photos into JPG first. After converting the photos using Lightroom, you find the that size of each photo is still too big so you decide to resize the photos using Photoshop then you are wondering, is there a way to resize multiple photos at once in Photoshop?
You are in luck because Photoshop has a built-in feature that you can use to resize multiple images at once so that you don’t need to resize all of the photos one by one, which obviously will take longer.
Before resizing the photos, we suggest you make sure that the photos you want to resize have the same dimension. If the photos you want to resize come from the same camera, they already have the same dimension so that you can skip the step. You just need to put together the photos in the portrait mode and the ones in the landscape mode in different folders.
How to Resize Multiple Images At Once in Photoshop
First, put together the photos you want to resize into a folder (make sure that photos have been converted into JPG). Launch Photoshop and go to File -> Scripts and select Image Processor.
On the appearing dialog window, select the folder where you store the photos you want to resize by clicking the Select Folder button on the Select the images to process section. Also select a destination folder where you want to save the resized photos by clicking the Select Folder button on the Select location to save processed images section. Specify the image size you desire on the Resize to Fit option on the File Type section. Make sure the Save as JPEG option is checked. Click the Run button on the upper-right corner to start the resizing process.
Wait until Photoshop is done resizing your photos. Once done, you can open the destination folder to see the resized photos.