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Published on February 17th, 2017 | by Sunit Nandi

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[Giveaway] 5 Licenses of BatchPhoto Home

A few days back we wrote a comprehensive review on BatchPhoto. It is a tool to perform reproducible and predictable image edits on photographs such as resizing, converting, cropping, watermarking, date stamping, renaming, etc. on a batch of photos together. Using BatchPhoto speeds up management of images for media people, bloggers, product designers, web designers, etc. which would otherwise require a lot of time using a full-blown image editor like GIMP or PhotoShop.

While BatchPhoto is free to download and try for a limited period of time, a license is required to utilize its full feature set and its continued usage.

We have partnered with Bits&Coffee to offer our readers 5 BatchPhoto Home licenses. Five lucky winners will be chosen on 5th March 2017 and each will be provided one copy of this fabulous tool.

What are we offering?

5 licenses of BatchPhoto Home priced at $29.95 each.

How to win this giveaway?

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I'm the leader of Techno FAQ. Also an engineering college student with immense interest in science and technology. Other interests include literature, coin collecting, gardening and photography. Always wish to live life like there's no tomorrow.



2 Responses to [Giveaway] 5 Licenses of BatchPhoto Home

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