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.
iPiccy is a free and simple to use web service that lets you edit images without installing anything or registering for an account. The site accepts images from various sources – you can upload a picture from your computer, select an image
stored online, take a snap from your webcam, or draw a new picture in the site’s paint tools. With an image created you can perform numerous editing functions on it such as resizing, cropping, rotation, contrast fixing, and equalizing.
Various appealing photographic effects are also supported by the site. You can use iPiccy to add many popular effects to your images including cartoonizing, pencil drawing, HDR pictures, and pop art.
When you are done editing your image, you can download it as a JPG file or obtain its direct URL that can be shared with friends.
Unlike the three editors mentioned above, Snipshot is not a flash based editor. It’s a highly responsive, Ajax powered image editor. So, this should be your choice if stranded in a computer having no flash plugins.
You can import photos stored in your computer or from the web by mentioning its address.
You can also import photos from flickr using a bookmarklet. Snipshot allows you to export and save your photos in a number of different formats – JPG, PNG, TIF, BMP and even PDF and Photoshop PSD.
Although you like taking photos, you may not have the time and experience for processing them. In this regard, Apple seems to continually streamline the editing tools in its popular image processing and management application, iphoto
With an understanding of iPhoto‘s tools, you can correct problems and make enhancements to your photos with just a few clicks of your mouse. Of course, a caveat to this is that photos you take must be acceptable enough for editing. If photos are too dark or the highlights are blown, no editing program can fix that problem.