Is BatchPhoto the Fastest Photo Editor for Windows?

BatchPhoto Version 2.0 Box

BatchPhoto v.2.0 claims to be the fastest photo editor for Windows, and you know what? They just might be right.

This is because BatchPhoto uses the power of batch processing to apply image enhancements – annotate, touch up, transform, apply effects, and rename hundreds of pictures, whatever – in one single operation.

DiVision Software of Romania says BatchPhoto has more than three dozen graphical filters that can be applied to pictures and the software makes it simple to touch up groups of pictures by changing the brightness, sharpness, colors, and reducing the noise of photos in batches. It can also automatically adjust contrast and perform other corrective functions.

BatchPhoto can easily resize whole collections of pictures. It knows whether photos are in portrait or landscape orientation, and applies changes intelligently from the simple crop, rotate, roll and flip to the more complex artistic filters and effects.

The best part is its price. The Professional version costs only $50; the Lite version is $20 and the Home version goes for $30. There’s a free 30-day trial version, if you’re interested.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.