One the unique features of FlipMyPhotos is the outstanding performance of the editor window. Another one, missing from other sites is the ability to upload multiple photos at once. The multiple photo upload feature is really easy to use with the ability to select several photos in just a few clicks. You’ll be shown a nice progress bar, so you always know how long it’ll take to finish uploading images. And of course we have Red Eye Reduction. Now you can easily fix Red Eyes online. Learn how to use red eye reduction.
Basic photo editing software online.
Crop, rotate, flip photos.
Adjust image size.
Fix red eyes from photos.
Turn colored photos into sepia.
Adjust the image brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation.
FotoFlexer is the most powerful online photo editor in existence. It can remove blemishes, change skin/hair color, morph photos and more! 100% free.
You can start by uploading a photo from your hard drive or edit photos from a selection of photo customizing sites, including Flickr, Facebook, or Picasa. For this demonstration, I connected FotoFlexer to my Flickr account.
After you select a picture, the image editor loads and you can start having fun. You can choose from several different tabs, including a basic editor, effects, layers, and geeky stuff, meaning more advanced editing.
It’s difficult to understand why Google didn’t develop an online photo editor: it would’ve integrated with Picasa Web Albums, Google Docs and other Google services. Right now, Picasa Web Albums is just an online extension of Picasa, a popular software that lets you manage your photos. Unlike Picasa Web Albums, most Google services work online and don’t require additional applications.
Instead of migrating Picasa online, Google acquired Picnik, an online photo editor that already integrates with Picasa Web Albums and many other photo services.
“Today, we’re excited to announce that Google has acquired Picnik, one of the first sites to bring photo editing to the cloud. Using Picnik, you can crop, do touch-ups and add cool effects to your photos, all without leaving your web browser,” mentions Google’s blog.
Picnik will not be discontinued and Google promises that the service will continue to support all the existing partners, but I suspect that Flickr will no longer use it as the default photo editor.
Thumba is an fast image editor that allows you to manipulate images on the go without installing any software/plug-ins to your computer. Using Thumba you can resize and crop your image, rotate it, flip it or and even produce a mirror effect. You can also tweak your image using one of several brushes including a blur brush, sharpen brush, color brush, spray, gray scale and pinch.
Moreover can also add various effects to your image using Thumba and adjust settings such as color, saturation, brightness, etc.
What makes Thumba really different than other online image editors is the underlying Microsoft Silverlight platform which makes Thumba way quicker than flash based image editors. Once you are done editing an image, you can easily save it to your hard drive.
Light-weight online image editor.
Use one of several brushes to manipulate the image.
Add effects like blur, noise, photo, distortion, etc.