Ever wished that you could download all images from Web pages at once? In this article we show you a simple three-part Automator script on Mac that does that.
If you want to join images either vertically or horizontally, you can use the built-in Preview app on your Mac to do so. Here’s how it’s done.
If you want to resize multiple images in one go on your Mac, you can do so using the built-in Preview app. Here’s how it’s done.
When sharing images on the Internet, you may want to remove EXIF data (or metadata) for privacy and security reasons. Here’s how to do that on a Mac.
If you use the Pages app on a Mac, you probably know that you can’t directly extract an image from a document. These workarounds will allow you to do that.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.
Watermarking your images is a good way to prevent image theft. Here are five apps that can do watermarking for you on your Mac.
Do you know that you can easily compress your high-res images to smaller size without affecting its image quality? Here’s how image compression works.
By default, Google has decided to make it so that Gmail will always display external images in your email. If you don’t like this, here’s how to disable it.
If you are always searching Google Images with a set of filter, here is how you can customize Google Images Search Result to always show the result you want.
If you are looking to keep your sms private from a snooping coworker or a nosey boyfriend or girlfriend, here are 5 useful Android apps to help.
While there are tons of applications that you can use to batch resize images, nothing beats the command line to get things done quickly and efficiently. In Mac, you can easily batch resize images with this command.
If you have a highly confidential data that you need to share with your friends, how would you send the file across without compromising on its security? One way is to embed the message in an image and send the encrypted image over. This form of data encryption is known as Steganography. Here are 3 tools that allow you to do so in Linux.
How many times have you deleted an email just to realize that it had an important file attached that you couldn’t get back? In cases like these, you should be using a service like Openera to auto-file Gmail documents and images to the cloud to be sure you don’t lose anything important.
One of the way to protect your images online is to add watermark to your images. Here are some of the best plugins that you can use in WordPress to automatically add watermarks to the images you uploaded.
Without any third party software, you can get your Mac to automatically resize an image when you place it in a specific folder. Here is how you can do so.
If you love to take photos with your Android phone, you will probably run out of storage space very soon. Here is one way you can the optimize the images in your phone and make out more space for other apps.
If you’re a journalist, blogger, or any other type of written content producer, you have likely found yourself hunting for images to use in your publications. In this article, I’m going to introduce you to 7 websites where you can specifically find public domain and Creative Commons images that are free to use.