Images come in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes their current dimensions are not quite what you want. Kapwing is here to make it easy to resize any image to the perfect size. Crop, shrink, or zoom on an image in one single editor, completely free.
Create content that's viewable across all platforms and devices with Kapwing's online image resizer. In a few clicks, you can resize images to fit on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and more without cropping out important sections or losing quality. You can use this image resizer on any iPhone, Android, PC, or tablet with a browser.
Upload the photo or image that you want to resize. You can choose a file or paste a link from Giphy, Twitter, etc. This image will be uploaded to the Kapwing editor and loaded for easy resizing.
Select your aspect ratio, cropping style and background color. You can also adjust the image to a custom size. If you want exact controls, you can click the custom sizing button to enter an exact pixel value that you'd like for your image.
Just hit Export, and your final image will be produced. Go forth, enjoy your resized image, and share the newly resized image on your favorite social media platform.
Get started by uploading a JPG, PNG, or GIF or paste an image URL. If you're looking for the perfect image, use the image search feature to browse the web.
If you just want to adjust the aspect ratio of the image, you can drag the layer or crop it to what you wish it to be. If you prefer a more fine-grained size control, you can use the controls in the left sidebar to choose an output size or set your preferred width and height in pixels.
Kapwing's selection of popular sizes for social media will optimize your image for likes and shares on each platform. A few clicks is all it takes to create an Instagram post, Facebook cover, and more. You can adjust the padding to create a border and change the background color.
Review the final image size and when you're happy, export and download your image to save it to your device. Create an account with Kapwing using your Google or Facebook login credentials to remove the watermark, then share your image across the web!