Are you using an online photo image editor?

May 24, 2013

I found list of online photo editors while searching for free editors. A community user had asked how to remove part of an image so she could layer objects below the image and I assumed Photoshop wasn't an option. I'm sure most folks stick with PowerPoint and Storyline for graphics work.

So I'm curious what you do when neither PPT nor SL will do the trick. Do you "make it work" or do you open another graphics program to perform the edits.

I'm also interested in the image editing tasks you find most challenging and what you'd like to learn to do.

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Hanrison Fordge
David Anderson

I found list of online photo editors while searching for free editors. A community user had asked how to remove part of an image so she could layer objects below the image and I assumed Photoshop wasn't an option. I'm sure most folks stick with PowerPoint and Storyline for graphics work.

So I'm curious what you do when neither PPT nor SL will do the trick. Do you "make it work" or do you open another graphics program to perform the edits.

I'm also interested in the image editing tasks you find most challenging and what you'd like to learn to do.

Online photo editor lets you edit photos in just a few clicks. It covers various free online photo editing tools, so you can crop images, resize images, add text to photos, make photo collages, and create graphic designs easily.

Thaddeus Ashcliffe

Photopea is the best online editor.  It's basically as close as you can get to Photoshop without having to pay a lot of money.

Features that you didn't know you needed:

masks - by layer and by folder

adjustment layers

smart objects (non destructive editing)

The ability to save all work in a .psd (Photoshop format)

full blending modes

 

Pixlr E is ok and I used that for a while but photopea allowed me to do more complex