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.
Downloadr is a photo downloader for Microsoft Windows. It provides a simple interface to download large sized images from Flickr to your computer. You do not need a Flickr account to use Downloadr, though you do have even more functionality (like the ability to do a complete backup of all your photos) if you register at flickr.com. For a comprehensive overview of what Downloadr is able to do please watch the Screencast.
Here is a short list of what Downloadr can currently do for you. This is not a complete list of all features, only the major ones are listed here. New features are added from time to time and you will automatically be able to use them thanks to Downloadr’s update function. Please be aware that Downloadr is still beta software: Use it, but do not rely on it. It may harm your PC or your flickr account, even though it has been tested many times.
Searches photos by
Automatically downloads largest avaiable size
Authenticates with flickr to download private photos
Can create a backup of all your photos with just a few clicks
Writes EXIF and IPTC data so titles, tags and location are preserved
The aptly-named Paint.Net PSD Plugin is one of those pieces of software which pretty much spells it all out right in the name. It’s a plugin…for Paint.Net…(wait for it)…which lets you open files saved in Photoshop’s PSD format.
Download the zip archive, dump the included PhotoShop.dll file into your Paint.Net FileTypes folder (usually c:\program files\Paint.Net\FileTypes), and you’re ready to rock. Pretty well anything in the PSD for which Paint.Net has an implementation will load just fine. Saving is another story, so you’d best stick to Paint.Net’s native .PDN file when you’re done working.
If you don’t have Photoshop, the plugin is a handy for looking at PSDs your friends might send you to look at. It’s also a nice way to transition yourself to a free alternative if you no longer require Photoshop.
The only rule in photography is that there are no rules. However, there are many composition guidelines which can be applied in almost any situation, to enhance the impact of a scene. Below are ten of the most popular and most widely respected composition ‘rules’.
Rule of Thirds
Imagine that your image is divided into nine equal segments by two vertical and two horizontal lines. Try to position the most important elements in your scene along these lines, or at the points where they intersect. Doing so will add balance and interest to your photo. Some cameras even offer an option to superimpose a rule of thirds grid over the LCD screen, making it even easier to use…