Top 10 Websites to Edit Digital Pictures Online

| December 3, 2012 | 9 Comments

You will find numerous different resources over the World Wide Web where you can easily modify, enhance, as well as make funny image editing without knowing more about the applications such as Photoshop. Perhaps you want to be on the cover of a magazine, or you want to customize an image or just want to try something fun. You need not to worry as this can be with ease with only few mouse clicks and also in few seconds.

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In this post, I am to list down the top 10 websites that will aid you edit digital pictures online, which is not only going to keep you busy but you will certainly enjoy incredible results, which may be silly, may be funny, but you will enjoy them a lot!

  • Pixlr

This a great tool to utilize which you can even make use of on your own or as a part of Photobucket, which enables users to have magic on their digitized images. You can easily insert text, add effects, resize, crop, use filters and do more on this portal.

  • Splashup

This is another great site to look for when you are considering editing your photos. You can edit more than one picture at one on this site as per your preferences and requirements.

  • Phoenix

Phoenix is a site that offers users with high-tech photo editing online. You can add in required effects, check out different tools for lighting, for cosmetics, adjustments, and even tools that are just for fun. Make use of customized options for your images and get amazing results.

  • Photoshop Express

The Photoshop Express site offers users with 2GB storage capacity, and happens to be a one-stop solution for image editing, but is totally free from all kinds of frills as well as gimmicks of the regular photoshop application.

  • Snipshot

You can resize, crop, adjust, rotate or even can modify the color saturation on the Snipshot portal. The site is 100% browser based portal where users do not require any sort of downloads. The FireFox users can also find a Snipshot extension for their FireFox browser.

  • Pic Resize

Pic Resize provides users with a neat set of tools and features that are extremely user-friendly.

  • FotoFlexer

If you are considering adding some pizazz to your images, then FotoFlexer offers you with special shapes, effects, layering and even retouching functionality. You can make use of these features for free and also directly from your browser.

  • Phixr

Phixr is another great online image editor that offers its users with all the fundamental photo manipulation tools such as resizing, removing red eye, rotating, and cropping. You can easily add text to your images and that can be done in the form of a fun speech bubble.

  • Gimp

Gimp is a distributed application for things such as image composition, retouching as well as image authoring. However, it does require users to download the application to make it work, but so far, it has been considered as one of the best online photo editing tools next to Photoshop.

  • BeFunky

With this portal you can create photographically artistic and rich results from their digital images without the need of any technical knowledge. With a few clicks users can acquire the desired photo results effortlessly and every single effect comes with the option to make easy and simple modifications.

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  1. Sue Neal says:


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    Hi Fenix – this is a really helpful list of resources – I’ll be bookmarking this for future reference, for sure. The only one on your list I’ve tried is Gimp, but I only use it for the basics – I’m afraid I’m not very advanced when it comes to graphics.

    I’ve recently downloaded paint.net and I really like that – it’s very quick to load (Gimp takes ages!) and easy to use for simple jobs like cropping and re-sizing.

    Many thanks for a very useful post,

    Sue
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    • praveen says:


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      Sue – Welcome to TechIVY and glad to see your comment here.

      Yes, i have been using Gimp for a while and I should add that it is quite complex with lot of features and options. You really need to spend some time before getting used to the tool. And of course the slowness :-)

      Fenix did a great job at listing out these awesome tools here and hope you find something useful for your blogging purposes.

      Have a wonderful day and hope to see you back soon.
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  2. Carolyn says:

    Hi Fenix, This is a great list. When Picnik closed in April, I went on a hunt for a great photo editing site. I settled on PicMonkey, which has only gotten better over time. I like that you can layer photos which comes in quite handy.

    One thing PicMonkey doesn’t have is a good oval to circle items I want to highlight. Is there any particular site you would recommend for that?

    Thanks for this very valuable list. Photo editing is not only fun, it’s useful!
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  3. Amar says:

    Excellent list. These should come in handy. I currently use photoshop to even watermark images and it is a cumbersome job if you have to do it on a lot of files at once. Thank you Fenix
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  4. Justin says:

    Hi Praveen,
    Like the theme of this blog my friend, it looks similar to the one I use. :)

    I use a site called webresizer to edit my online pictures. I will also check out the sites you recommend in this post.

    • praveen says:


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      Hello Justin – Welcome to my new blog and glad you liked the theme.

      I havent yet checked out the online tool you have mentioned, but would like to give it a try. With a new tool coming up every day these days, it is hard to say which one is good and which is better than the rest of course. If it suits our needs, i usually stick to it until someone recommends another better one :-)

      Have a wonderful week ahead.
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  5. Excellent list. These should come in handy. I have used this-webresizer. But Surely tried ur mentioned ones also.

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