How to Change Dimensions of a Photo Using Image Resizer

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Using Image Resizer you can Easily Resize or Change the Dimensions of a Photo Online for Free. It’s simple and takes less than 3 minutes.

How to Resize Images Using Image Resizer.

  1. Open
  2. Select Image to Resize
  3. Set dimensions of the new Image.
  4. Choose the image format to save the new image.
  5. Review the changes and download or make changes.


Using image resizer, you can easily resize images or change dimensions of a photo online for free.

Hi, my name is David and if this is your first time watching my videos, and you get value from the content that you watch, kindly consider liking this video and sharing it with your friends so that we can all together.

The reason why I’m doing this video is because you may need to resize an image so that it fits perfectly on your blog page.

And these results in reduction in web load time, which is an important factor, especially if you have a WordPress blog, or even any website for that matter.

Images do tend to take a huge space, especially when it comes to loading of images on a website.

So this video is going to show you how to resize your images into either a specific dimension or into different percentages.

So let’s begin.

And the website we are going to be using is

So this is the interface and I already have the file that I want to resize with me.

It’s just an image, let’s just double click on it.

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And this particular image, if I just right click and check on properties details it’s in the dimensions of 1280 by 720 pixels.

So and the size is about 1.34 Mb, that is a huge file if I was to upload it to a blog, or even a website, for that matter.

This is going to increase the load time of that particular webpage where this image will be because of the size.

So let’s just resize this.

And since I already have image resizer open, I can just click on select image, or even drag and drop the image.

Now once we’re in here, I’m just going to click on the image just open and it’s going to process.

We’re going to get a preview, in the first section of this particular window you can either decide to crop if you wanted to, you can flip, you can also rotate.

Really depends on what your end goal is. But let’s just leave it at preview.

And then go to the second option where we have to resize.

If you know the dimensions that is the target dimensions that you want to have your image in once we are done, then you can input the dimensions here.

And they will either be in the unit of pixels, or any other unit that you select.

Let us say we don’t know the exact dimensions that we want. And we decide to go with a percentage.

Let’s say we go with a percentage of like by default, the original is 50% which resizes our image to a 640 by 360 from a 1280 by 720.

What if we decide to just go slightly to about 47–48 there.

Let’s say we settle at 48%.

It gives us an image of 614 by 346 pixels.

If you’re satisfied with this, then you can decide to save your image in two different options.

Now at the time of recording this video, you can set or save the image in a JPG, or PNG.

This is the original image is in PNG. And if you see this, the target size in KB is optional.

Disabled for PNG output.

So you can set the target size and we can change to JPG to see if this is available. Target size or file size in KB.

We will compress the image to the size.

So if you set in a particular size, let’s say you say 20 kB, then they’re going to compress your image to that.

Let’s just say we won’t put in any figure there and see how good the compression using Image Resizer is going to be.

Once you’re satisfied, just click on image resize now.

And once we do that, we can see different options.

To save your image, there’s the option to download the image, re-edit this image, resize new image, continue to compress, convert to PNG or convert to PDF.

If we look at our image here, we have different things that are available.

We have the file name, the original size, which is 1.34 Mb, the original dimensions 1280 by 720, the new size which is tremendously small 53 kB from 1.34 Mb that’s really really awesome.

And the new dimensions of the new image 614 by 346. And then we have a preview of the image that has been resized.

Now if you’re satisfied with this, just click on Download image and the image is going to download onto your computer.

So let us just click – show in folder.

Then let’s just cut it and navigate to the folder that is the original, and paste it inside there. Let’s just paste it inside there.

So that we can see both images side by side.

Now, this is the original image 1.34. This is our the resized image at 53 kb.

If I just right click on it, and we look at the properties, details 614 by 346. And then we have the size 53 kb.

So we have resized our image using image resizer –saved space.

Therefore, if we were doing this so that we can upload our image to a blog, then we almost guaranteed that the images will not result in lengthy load times for our web pages, because the images are resized into dimensions that clearly fit our target.

So that’s it for this video.

I hope that is going to be a value to anyone that is looking to resize their images, whether for blog posts, or any other function that they want to use it for.

That’s it from me.

Until next time, stay safe and never stop learning.

Thank you so much for watching this video.

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