Batch Editing: Photo Brightness, Contrast, Color, Gamma and Hue
PhotoELF will allow you to edit any photo format in batch mode.
This means that you can multi-select all, one, or a random group of photos in a folder and edit all of them
in one operation. You can edit: brightness, contrast, gamma, color, hue, black & white or negative invert.
From PhotoELF's main window, you simply multi-select all of the thumbnails or filenames of the photos / pictures you
want to compress, regardless of their format, and then look in the Edit menu for:
Batch Brightness, Color Gamma...
OR, if just one picture is selected:
Brightness, Color Gamma...
Doing so will then load the PhotoELF Auto Fix Edit window. Here you can:
Make your adjustments for the photo displayed
Choose your saving options
Click batch apply
Your adjustments will then be applied to all photos selected. Each photo will be loaded, edited, and saved per your
It is best to choose not to overwrite the originals, but instead, add a prefix to the original filename and create new files.
This way, you can simply review each picture afterward
and, if all is OK, delete the originals and use the Batch Advanced Rename function to
remove the prefix, (but the option to overwrite does exist).
This batch edit feature will work on any of the following image file formats:
BMP, CLP, CUR, EMF, FPX, ICO, IFF, JPG, JPEG, PCT, PCX, PNG, PSD, RAS, SGI, TGA, TIF, WMF
If you have multi-Selected several thousand photos, you can walk away and let it process all of them for you.