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Top 5 – FREE Online Photo Editing Sites

1. PicMonkey

PicMonkey includes an auto adjust feature as well as options to crop, rotate, amend exposure, colours, sharpen and resize. There is also a wide range of effects and plenty of options for touching up portraits. You can also add text, overlays, frames, textures and themes.

2. Pixlr

Pixlr has a lot of tools that someone who knows their way around Photoshop would be very used to seeing. It even features layer masks and several filters including Gaussian Blur, unsharp Mask etc. You can create a new image from scratch or open images you have already produced to tweak. You save as you do in all editing software by going to File>Save where you can then choose various places to save your image to which includes on your hard drive and on sites such as Flickr. It’s easy to use, quick to load and something well worth of making a note for next time you’re using a computer away form home that doesn’t have any photo editing software on it apart from Paint

3. Photoshop Express

Photoshop Express is Adobe’s answer to free online editing software. It is available on all major platforms, including androids for smart phones and apps for iPods and iPads.You need to create an account at photoshop.com, which then enables you to access a whole host of free features. The sits also boasts free online galleries and links to all the popular sharing sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Photoshop Express Editor enables you to perform all the usual tasks, such as adjusting exposure, cropping and adjust colour, along with a load more features. It boasts some new tools too such as the ability to pixellate and crystallise images giving effects such as stained glass . Cleanly set out and easy to use, this software is pretty good for a free online editor.

4. Canva

Canva makes design simple for everyone. Create designs for Web or print: blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and so so much more.

5. FotoFlexer
The big advantage of FotoFlexer is that it allows you to grab photos from several online resources, like for example:

  • Facebook
  • MySpace
  • Flickr
  • Picasa
  • etc,. etc,.

making it really easy to navigate through your online photo albums, without having to spend too much time uploading and reuploading. It’s actually one of the slower tools on the list, not quite sure why, but it could be my computer. It offers a lot of editing tools you’d see in standard Photoshop and Paint, nice to see that it also uses Layers to help manage your photos.

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