Review of Images Editors Online Free

Last updated on June 12, 2015 by

If you are looking to manipulate and edit your digital photos, you are going to need photo/image editing software to make it happen. The items that you can create with this type of software are unlimited. Make you own greeting cards, web graphics, websites, and much, much more. While this type of editing software was originally for business use, more and more people are now using it for their personal needs. There are now plenty of different photo/image editing software options on the market, so let’s watch a video about some of the best.

#1 Online Image Editor for Free

It may be free, but the Online Image Editor allows you to perform all kinds of cool editing tasks. It has the look and feel of Photoshop, and is incredibly user-friendly to boot. The software can be used as either a basic paint tool or as a powerful photo-editing software that is professional grade. The software has been designed in a way that makes it perfect for small, simple tasks, as well as those that are a whole lot more involved.

#2 Picasa

Those who know their way around editing software love how easy Picasa is to use, while those that aren’t quite so savvy love it for the fact that it does not come with the steep learning curve of other image editors. If someone who knew little about computers asked you to recommend a program for editing and organizing photos, Picasa would be the one that you should suggest. The editor that comes built-in is good enough for the pros, but also easy enough for non-tech types to be able to jump right in. The features and effects that are included are on the basic side, but they never come off as being cheap. Best of all, they are incredibly easy to use.

#3 GIMP

gimpIf you are looking for an editor that is the most like Photoshop, GIMP would be the one to go with. The pros will tell you that the open-source alternative to Photoshop doesn’t come close to the king of the image editors, but it’s almost unfair to compare the two. GIMP is about as sophisticated as it gets for a free tool, and comes with many of the features that you find in higher-priced alternatives, Photoshop included. Those would be such features as color correction, layers, cloning, channel mixing, paths, and much more. Simply put, the majority of things that you do in Photoshop can also be done in GIMP, and all without having to break the bank to do so.

#4 ImageForge

image forgeThis is another free option that comes with an incredible selection of features that allow you to paint or manipulate images. Sharing is also made easy with the inclusion of photo albums and basic slide shows. While most of the features are easy to use, they lack the power and sophistication of those found in some of the other titles in this list.

#5 Paint.net

paint.netPaint.net started life as the pet project of a bunch of computer science students at Washington State University, with Microsoft as a mentor. It went off better than anyone could have ever imagined, and is now in its 6th year of development. The software continues to expand, adding new elements and features, such as layer composition and plugin support. All told, the interface is pretty easy to grasp, and it helps that the program comes with an unlimited undo function that can help cover up rookie editing mistakes. Windows users are more than happy to swear by this powerful image editor.

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