How to extract images from a web page.
Find an image on a website you really like? Learn how to extract images from a page and save them to your device for future viewing.
While you might not be able to snap a photo of an image online, you can save it to your device to enjoy later. Read on to learn how you can extract images from web pages.
Extract images from a page.
There are many ways to extract images from a page, but the easiest is to just use your mouse. When you find an image you like, follow these three simple steps:
- Right-click on the image (Command click for Mac).
- Select Save Image As and choose your image’s saved location.
- Click Save, and you’re done.
This will extract the image from the website and save it to your chosen folder. Repeat the process for as many images as you want to save.
This method can be somewhat time-consuming if you want to extract many images. The easiest way to save or scrape multiple images from a webpage is to use a browser extension or downloadable software, many of which are free to use online.
Save images as a PDF.
When you extract images from pages online, they typically save in either JPG or PNG format. While these file types are great for viewing, they’re not always ideal for sharing.
The best way to make your images more manageable and sharable is to convert the files to PDF. PDFs are universally viewable on almost all devices and have smaller file sizes without impacting quality.
You can convert JPG to PDF online (or any other image file type) by following these steps:
- Use an online PDF editor like Adobe Acrobat online services.
- Upload the image file you want to convert.
- Let the software do its magic.
- Download your new PDF file.
Your JPG or PNG image are now saved as a PDF and ready to share without losing quality.
Discover what more you can do with Adobe Acrobat to simplify saving and sharing images across the internet.