Tips & tricks to use Smart Free Photo Resizer.

How to Rotate Photos & Flip Photos?


It's nice to have annotation about your pictures to better remember events, to describe the photos, even to protect your own created pictures from stealing. This free photo resizer allows you to add text to photos. When adding text, you can align the text in left, center or right. It is available to adjust the shadow, background, font size, position, XY offset as well as opacity.

1. Input Photos

Click "Effects" and in the "Watermark Image" tab, check "Add Watermark". Click the button on the right of "Watermark Image" column to insert the image you want to use as watermark. In the "Position" menu, you can choose the preset position of watermark like bottom right, top left, center, etc.; it also allows you to drag the image or enter the relative X-Y offset values to change the position. There is a transparency control slider ranging from 0 to 255 to adjust transparency.

Input Photos

2. Choose Flip & Rotate Settings

Click "Effects" and in the "Flip" tab, check "Flip". You can choose to flip the image horizontally and/or vertically.

Choose Flip & Rotate Settings

In the "Rotate" tab, check "Rotate". You can choose to rotate the image 90° clockwise or counter-clockwise, or rotate it 180°. When you finish all settings, click "OK".

Choose Flip & Rotate Settings

3. Start Processing

Click "Browse..." and you can choose the output folder. By default, the output folder is the same as the source folder. In the "Output Format" menu, you can choose the image format you want and click "Encoder Settings..." to adjust compression, quality, color mode, etc. of the format you choose. When you have finished all settings, click "Convert" to start conversion. You can see a "Status" window showing the conversion info of the photo being processed and the overall progress bar. When the conversion is complete, you can click "Open output folder" in the prompted window to directly find your flipped or rotated photos.

Start Processing

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