You may not be a professional photographer, and you may not have the money to hire one, but that doesn’t mean that your photos need to look average. There are plenty of options for a good online photo editor. Here’s are some that you can try.
This is an easy to use photo editor that allows you to quickly fix and enhance your photos online. It’s got the usual tools – color, sharpening, vignettes and so on – along with some pretty funky features. You can add text and borders. Or try adding a texture to your image to give it a little something extra. A lot of it is free, but some of the extras only come with the Plus version. When you save your image, you also have the option of choosing jpg or png, and you can adjust the size then and there.
BeFunky also offers collage and design options. This last one lets you create designs in the format you need, whether this is an invitation or a social media header.
This is a great tool. It’s super easy to use and lets you adjust your photos, play around and explore your creative options. A few of the added features only come with the premium option, but there is still plenty to do with the free version. The textures and effects are fun to experiment with and there’s no shortage of options. You do need to create an account before you can download your images though.
With the ability to design, collage or edit, this is another great option. This online photo editor also boasts a range of features from a 1-tap enhance, to cool and funky effects. The pro version offers even more, and they have some fun additional features, like the stickers and the GoArt. While some of the GoArt options are available for free, others do require you to sign up for a membership. But they’re all fun to play with.
While this photo editor feels a bit more advanced than some of the others, it doesn’t take long to pick up the basics. You can adjust your photos or design your images, and there are plenty of tools to play around with. Plus these are all available for you to use for free. In Pixlr, you can add layers, play around with filters, add text, and really work on adding depth to your images.
To get started you need to have your images in a jpg format, and not larger than 16mb, or the editor won’t load them. But once you’ve loaded your image, it’s pretty straightforward to use. This photo editor is probably best for a quick edit. The options you’re given don’t allow for complex or intricate changes, so rather than being able to adjust your image’s highlights for example, here you’re given a selection of highlighted versions to choose from.
Once you’ve finished fixing up your images, you’ll want to display them in the best possible way. Try FooGallery