At the beginning of last year, I spoke here on the PhotoBulk a great image editor for Mac, developed by Eltima.
Because it recently arrived its version 2, bringing excellent news as a dark interface more in line with the guidelines recent Apple previews, real-time preview and complete watermark manipulation.
You can use PhotoBulk to edit a single or multiple images at a time. You start by dragging them to the window or his icon, then choose in the left column what you want to ?activate? in the edition between adding watermarks, resizing, optimizing, changing the format, managing metadata and / or renaming. The workflow is very intuitive.
One of his most powerful areas is certainly that of editing watermarks, be it text, image, date or even a script custom. In version 2, PhotoBulk now allows them to be manipulated freely and even multiple watermarks to be applied over the images.
The app also renames files in bulk and converts and / or optimizes images in JPEG or PNG, already supporting the HEIC format for those running macOS High Sierra 10.13. GIF, BMP and TIFF formats are also supported.
PhotoBulk requires macOS Yosemite 10.10 or higher and can be purchased directly from the Mac App Store for $ 10. One verse demo is available for download on the Eltima website.