I maintain my uncle's photography website and that work currently at least consists of resizing new photos to different sizes (full, retina-thumbnail, regular thumbnail) and putting them on the site (non-wordpress).
To speed up my workflow, I was hoping to create a script (probably Photoshop, but any application will do) that
- Scale the size to 1920 pixels width and export to folder ~/export/full/
- Scale the size to 400 pixels width and export to folder ~/export/retinaThumb/
- Scale the size to 200 pixels width and export to folder ~/export/thumb/
It's importing that quality, as well as file name is maintained, no matter what. My current Photoshop script forces me to set a specific file name and that should be a wildcard, i.e. remain the same as the inputs file name.
Thats why I'm hoping for a script that export and maintains filename, but how?