by Eltima Software

Easy-to-use photo labeling/watermarking software

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Eltima Software

Release : PhotoBulk 1.0.257

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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I checked for a listing for PhotoBulk on CNET before downloading it because I trust CNET.  There were three listings there as well as on tom's guide, which I also believe to be reputable.  The software was available for MAC and Windows; I chose the latter.  The download and installation were quick.  The user interface had icons that I'd seen in other software, which made it easier to use.  Right away, without reading any instructions, I was able to utilize the software to add a watermark to a photo on my hard drive.  You could choose the file to watermark by dragging it into a designated area on the graphical user interface or importing the data from the menu and then picking the folder where the result would be saved.  I was able to select the font color, whether the font was underlined, and the opacity, which is an essential feature for a watermark.  I had no idea that watermarking software existed. 

One nice feature that I haven't seen elsewhere was the ability to give the new file, after watermarking, a name that differed from the original title by either a prefix or suffix, like adding "_wm" to all the photos you had processed.  There is also an option to save presets, like if you want to make a template of settings for a blue, underlined watermark with a 50% opacity.  Clicking help in the menu opened a webpage with further information like what file formats could be watermarked; those included jpeg, tiff, png, gif, and bmp.  I wasn't sure what the "optimize" button meant, but the web page explained that this had to do with compression of the file if desired.  Of course, sometimes, for web applications, having a smaller file is desirable.

Additionally, you could move the watermark on the surface of the photo with a simple drag of the watermark on the interface.  You could see the results of running the watermark in the open preview window, which is useful because the watermark may be less visible in specific places on the photo depending on the color you have chosen, the size, and the opacity.  In other words, after you moved the watermark, the preview would be updated.

Makes a copy of photo and watermarks it, while leaving the original untouched!

  • slide rule to select the appropriate opacity
  • the ability to save settings
  • the chance to preview your results
  • a help button
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner

PhotoBulk is one of the best photo editing software that I have used for Windows. With a very easy to use user interface I can optimize, resize, and add watermark to my photos very easy. PhotoBulk also comes with many filters and effects, I highly recommend using this program for all of your photo editing needs. Definitely my favorite editing software as a content creator.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner

PhotoBulk for Windows allows you to add a watermark on your own pictures. The user interface looks beginner friendly. If you often upload pictures online and want to protect them, this may be it.
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Blake C.

PhotoBulk is a powerful and user-friendly bulk photo editor that allows you to quickly and easily customize multiple photos at once. With its intuitive interface and advanced features, PhotoBulk makes it easy to resize, watermark, rename, optimize and convert photos in batches. It supports popular image formats including JPEG, PNG, TIFF and more.
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Rhys G.

PhotoBulk is a very useful software for batch editing photos. It is easy to use and the interface is simple and intuitive. I found its editing features to be quite comprehensive and was able to quickly add watermarks and resize photos. The software also allows you to adjust the brightness, contrast and hue of your images. It has a range of filters and effects you can apply to your photos. I found the batch renaming feature to be very efficient and the ability to add EXIF data back into edited photos is a great plus. The software also supports a wide range of image formats. Overall, I found PhotoBulk to be a reliable and comprehensive program for batch photo editing.
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Jack Q*********i

PhotoBulk is an easy to use and effective batch photo editor. It allows to quickly adjust multiple images at once, saving a lot of time. The interface is intuitive and clear, making it suitable for beginners and professionals. The app also provides helpful support when needed. Editing options are quite comprehensive, but could be improved with some additional features.
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Aiden Harkless

This software is a powerful image editor that allows users to edit multiple photos at once. It includes features such as resizing, renaming, adding watermarks, and applying filters to images. Users can also adjust the quality and format of their images. Additionally, the software supports batch processing, which allows users to apply changes to a large number of photos simultaneously. Overall, this software is a great tool for anyone who needs to edit multiple photos quickly and efficiently.
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Daniel L.

PhotoBulk is a user-friendly and efficient software for batch editing photos on Mac.
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