Friday, 29 March 2013

Online Image-Editor

Posted by Anonymous On Friday, March 29, 2013 18 comments
Online Image Editor
 
 


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18 comments:

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  3. Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free.

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  4. Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free.

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  5. Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free.

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  6. Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free.

    ReplyDelete
  7. "Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free."

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  8. Thanks for this helpful Blog.
    I used a WordPress plugin that I found interesting. So I would like to recommend it.
    The plugin helps me quickly create and customize images before inserting them in my blog post.
    Check at: https://getpikiz.com/wordpress-plugin/
    It’s free.

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  9. "PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize's advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/"

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  10. PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize's advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/

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  11. PicResize was founded in March 2005 and has grown to become one of the most popular online image editing tools available on the Internet due to its
    ease-of-use. To date, there have been over 5 million pictures resized and edited at PicResize. On September 9th, 2008, PicResize's advanced online picture
    editor, PicResize 3.0, was renamed DrPic.com. The service will always remain free to use.http://www.drpic.com/

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  12. The Free Online Photo Editor, as its name implies, offers a way to quickly edit photos that you have on your hard drive and save them as a finished file.
    Some of the effects you can do with this program include Red Eye Removal, Sepia, Enhance, Sharpen, and Polaroid Effect.It is simple to use and doesn’t do
    some things that the higher end programs do, but it’s a great simple solution for quick fixes if you need to save or upload and enhance a photo quickly and
    easily.One added plus with the Free Online Photo Editor is that you can hit the “order” button and order a canvas print of the photo that you created if you
    would like a physical copy of it.
    website: https://www.cincopa.com/blog/the-best-online-photo-editing-tools/

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  13. The Free Online Photo Editor, as its name implies, offers a way to quickly edit photos that you have on your hard drive and save them as a finished file.
    Some of the effects you can do with this program include Red Eye Removal, Sepia, Enhance, Sharpen, and Polaroid Effect.It is simple to use and doesn’t do
    some things that the higher end programs do, but it’s a great simple solution for quick fixes if you need to save or upload and enhance a photo quickly and
    easily.One added plus with the Free Online Photo Editor is that you can hit the “order” button and order a canvas print of the photo that you created if you
    would like a physical copy of it.
    website: https://www.cincopa.com/blog/the-best-online-photo-editing-tools

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  14. SumoPaint
    SumoPaint is another free online and desktop photo editor with basic and advanced features. You can upload a photo from your computer or from a URL.
    Basic overall photo editing like brightness/contrast, hue/saturation, color balance, and levels can be achieved from the menu bar on top of the editor.
    The left pane has the drawing tools which include several shapes. One, in particular, is called the Symmetry tool, which “mirrors” a shape’s stroke, creating a symmetric pattern.
    Besides tweaking images, I find Sumopaint to be useful in creating simple logos using the text and brush tools.
    Other than the ads that appear on both sides of the web editor and intermittently crash Chrome (the tool uses Flash to run the web version), this photo editor gets the job done easily and is more than suitable for users who are not photo editing experts.

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  15. Here’s an image editor I’ve used for 15+ years: IrfanView – https://www.irfanview.com/. Besides doing most simple editing FASTER than anything else (yes, even Photoshop), you can add it to your system shell & open 3 other editors (like Photoshop) from an image displayed.

    And yes, it’s a free download: https://www.irfanview.com/

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  16. SumoPaint
    SumoPaint is another free online and desktop photo editor with basic and advanced features. You can upload a photo from your computer or from a URL.
    Basic overall photo editing like brightness/contrast, hue/saturation, color balance, and levels can be achieved from the menu bar on top of the editor.
    The left pane has the drawing tools which include several shapes. One, in particular, is called the Symmetry tool, which “mirrors” a shape’s stroke, creating a symmetric pattern.
    Besides tweaking images, I find Sumopaint to be useful in creating simple logos using the text and brush tools.
    Other than the ads that appear on both sides of the web editor and intermittently crash Chrome (the tool uses Flash to run the web version), this photo editor gets the job done easily and is more than suitable for users who are not photo editing experts.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Here’s an image editor I’ve used for 15+ years: IrfanView – https://www.irfanview.com/. Besides doing most simple editing FASTER than anything else (yes, even Photoshop), you can add it to your system shell & open 3 other editors (like Photoshop) from an image displayed.

    And yes, it’s a free download: https://www.irfanview.com/

    ReplyDelete
  18. SumoPaint
    SumoPaint is another free online and desktop photo editor with basic and advanced features. You can upload a photo from your computer or from a URL.
    Basic overall photo editing like brightness/contrast, hue/saturation, color balance, and levels can be achieved from the menu bar on top of the editor.
    The left pane has the drawing tools which include several shapes. One, in particular, is called the Symmetry tool, which “mirrors” a shape’s stroke, creating a symmetric pattern.
    Besides tweaking images, I find Sumopaint to be useful in creating simple logos using the text and brush tools.
    Other than the ads that appear on both sides of the web editor and intermittently crash Chrome (the tool uses Flash to run the web version), this photo editor gets the job done easily and is more than suitable for users who are not photo editing experts.

    ReplyDelete

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