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Several Useful Sites for Editing Photos

Hello WordPress Readers!

Today’s post will be about recommending a few reliable, and efficient photo-editing sites for all of you. I personally love editing pictures because a photo becomes spectacular after being embellished, right?

I am not a fan of downloading apps that take huge amounts of space on the computer’s disk hardware, and no one is sure if the app carries a virus… Which is why, I’m pro for websites.

*Feel free to check out my other edited pictures on the Background Photos*


I do adore pixlr! It has got to be my favorite editing site for all my photos. It offers a bunch of tools to edit the photos.The EXPRESS part of it is absolutely easy to use and it produces amazing, great, and professional photos.

I have not explored more than the Express part because the other two, I feel are too advanced for my neophyte computer skills.

My work of NADAL through pixlr -( and yes, Pixlr offers the option of creating a collage)charlarpic2


This only applies to those who own APPLE products like a mac. Once I import all my camera photos into IPHOTO, I then edit them using this Iphoto Editing button. It is useful, and helps give the original photo a cleaner, and sharper overall presentation.

After editing through IPHOTO, I usually then continue onto pixlr.

 Simple editing through IPHOTO- (The basics)



Just discovered this today! I’m very glad I did!

It is not as complete as pixlr, but it is still the second-best, so I have got to add this to this list.

Very easy to use, but it’s obvious that the site is trying to earn money by putting a bunch of restrictions on tools that pixlr has for free, and the ads at the bottom page.

Still, don’t hesitate to try this site too, you might prefer this than Pixlr.

Just about the level of Pixlr. Love it too!



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6 responses

  1. I appreciate the time you took compiling the list, but I have to tell you that “cloud” editing is a poor cousin to actual onboard photoediting software. If you’re downloading viral “apps” (is that what they call programs now? I’m so old and out of the loop) you’re doing it wrogn or trying to run some pirated version of Photoshop or whatever with a backdoor hacked into it. Just use GIMP. It’s free and open source, professional grade, does 99 percent of what Photoshop can do, and it’s a whole class above online photo editors. If you’re serious about photoediting and photography in general-or just want to have some serious fun learning how to do amazing stuff with your photos than it’s worth checking out.

    It’s awesome that you’re enthusiastic about photography, and I wish you al the best with your shooting.

    January 21, 2013 at 10:53 am

  2. Love this post thanks for sharing :)

    January 21, 2013 at 12:46 pm

  3. Great information – thanks!

    January 21, 2013 at 2:17 pm

  4. Reblogged this on Valerie Bey Photography.

    January 22, 2013 at 2:06 am

  5. Thanks! I needed this info badly! Looking into those sites NOW. Be well!

    January 22, 2013 at 3:31 pm

  6. Will try some of those, thanks.

    January 26, 2013 at 9:40 am

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