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    Images to PDF Conversion

    There are many different image formats out there, but they all have one thing in common: they preserve visual information in a digital form. This allows for the digital archiving, sharing, or distribution of that visual information.

    PDF files are similar to images in that they are static representations of visual information. However, PDFs are more about text-based information. While PDFs can also include images, they are primarily used to distribute or archive documents.

    Why should you convert an image to a PDF?

    Most image formats allow for the saving of one image. There are exceptions to this — with TIFFs being a notable example — but most image formats do not allow you to have pages of images within one file. You just get one.

    PDFs don’t have this limitation. You can have pages and pages of images within one PDF. This makes for an ideal way of archiving many images or sharing a collection of images within one file. An example of why this would be a good idea is wedding photography. A photographer could share a slew of example images with a client or they could compile them all into one PDF. This would make it easier for the client to view the images while simultaneously protecting those images should the client want to edit them or use them without permission.

    Additionally, if you convert an image to a PDF, you can include many different formats within one PDF. This keeps things more organized and straightforward.

    How to convert images to PDF for free?

    Our tool can convert an image to a PDF for free. It can also combine many different images into one PDF. This works for a wide range of image formats, including BMP, GIF, HEIC, JBIG, JP2, JPEG, JPM, PBM, PNG, SVG and TIFF.

    To begin, upload one or up to 20 images to our conversion tool. You can do this by dragging and dropping your images onto the “Drop Your Files Here” field. Or, you can hit the “UPLOAD FILES” button and navigate to your images. Remember that you can mix and match image formats. In other words, you can upload any combination of JPG, GIF, SVG, and on and on. You don’t need to stick with one format.

    After uploading, our tool will automatically start converting the images to PDF. When the conversion is complete, you can hit the “DOWNLOAD” button underneath an image in the queue to grab your new PDF. You can then repeat that step for each one.

    However, once all conversions are done, you can also hit the “COMBINED” button. This will combine all the images in order into one multi-page PDF. If you need to change the order after you’ve performed a conversion, just drag and drop the images around the queue.

    If you need to convert more than 20 images, just hit the “CLEAR QUEUE” button and start over again with a new batch. You can repeat these steps as many times as necessary.

    Is it safe to convert images to PDFs?

    Your safety is our top priority. Our server is completely automated and will automatically delete all uploaded information after 60 minutes. That means your uploaded files as well as the converted files our server produces will be deleted after one hour.

    Also, your original image files will always be safe. Our tool does not have the ability to delete your source files from your computer or mobile device. When you upload a file, our server creates a copy and then converts that copy. This ensures your data is always safe!