Over the past few years, I’ve been accumulating links to — and experimenting with — various online photo editors and sites for photo effects. There are certainly a zillion of them out there.
PhotFunia is suggested by reader Ann Carnevale.
Pic Ghost is a new online photo editor that lets you upload up to twenty photos at a time. It’s editing functions are rather limited now — you can resize the images and add a watermark to them — but they expect to be adding more features in the future. Their ability to upload multiple images is nice.
PicMonkey joins the many other tools on the list by offering many different kinds of photo-editing features.
FotoJet is a new free online photo editor.
Snapstouch is a “free online tool to covert your photo to sketch, photo to painting, photo to drawing, photo to outline…”
Wofox is a new photo-editing tool that has lots of bells-and-whistles.
ImgOps is a new multi-use photo application that is worth a look.
iPiccy is an impressive all-purpose online photo editor. It pretty much lets you do whatever you want with your photo, including adding text and effects. You can upload an image or grab its url address off the Web.
Phrase.it lets you easily add speech bubbles with your text to photos. You can upload your own, or choose a random image from the site. You’re then given a link to your creation.
10 Tips for Digital Photo Editing & Fun is from The Daring Librarian.
The Edublogger has just published a very useful post: Our 3 Favorite Free Online Image Editors For Education.
Over looks like a useful photo-editing tool.
Let’s Enhance is a photo-editing tool.
➰ You can markup an image with the Photos app on an iPhone or iPad. It is kind of hidden: Tap a photo’s Edit button, then the More icon, then Markup. pic.twitter.com/eALvqll0GH
— Tony Vincent (@tonyvincent) March 6, 2019
Resizing app is a photo-editing Chrome extension.
PhotoRoom automagically removes background from your photo is from TechCrunch.
Red Ketchup is a new online photo-editing tool.
Promo Image Resizer does what it’s name says it does.
Pixelhunter automatically resizes photos for the social media app you want to use.
PhotoGrid lets you create photo collages.
Edit Photo is a new online photo-editing tool.
Social Image Maker lets you resize images for specific social media platforms.
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