Looking for an effective utility that can help you take a screenshot of a huge page? Getting Paparazzi! could be the right solution. This small utility, created for mac, helps you take screenshots of pages that are simply too big for your screen.

It allows you to indicate the right dimensions you want and then shows you a preview of what it’s going to look like. You can then save the image in the proper format depending on your preference. Use this simple tool to help you get the best screenshot of any webpage for whatever purpose.

So what would you need a screenshot utility for? Well, there are a number of ways that I could think of. For instance, sometimes when I do my online shopping, I like to have actual pictures of the items on the website. Other times I might just need a screenshot of a particular section of a webpage to share to my friend or to simply use as reference. Basically, there can be countless uses for screenshots. Whatever you may need it for, Paparazzi! is definitely the best tool to use if you have a Mac.

This small utility was written in “Objective-C using the Cocoa API and the WebKit framework” and was inspired from a similar tool by Paul Hammond, the webkit2png. Paparazzi! would require that you have a Mac OS X 10.4 or much later. The current version is 0.5b6, this allows you to save in several formats like PNG, JPEG, TIFF or even in PDF.

For this new version, several fixes were done including corrections in the token field for filenaming, errors in adding URLs into the batch window and also possible crashes.

This small utility is quite helpful and works great for all your screenshot needs.

Related Links:

Paparazzi! Official Website
Paparazzi! on Version Tracker
Paparazzi! on MacUpdate
Paparazzi! on Cnet Website