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At work I have found that me and my co-workers seem to run into the same problem when we are trying to put together slideshows for the clients. They will send us tons of photos that are in different sizes. The problem is that in order to batch resize these photos they have to be the same size. So, what is an alternative? You can easily resize photos in Photoshop using the Crop Tool.
To resize your photo to all be the same, simply click on the "Crop" Tool.
In the top bar menu, you will need to add a size in both the width and height areas. It might be best to use px (pixels) and having resolution set at 75 px/inch.
Once you have determined your measurements, No matter where and how you crop the image the end result will be at the measurements you indicated.
Note: Make sure that you crop within the image. If your cropping is outside of the image there will be a blank space in that area.