Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Free online photo editing with iPiccy

edit photos online for free at iPiccy
I've used Photoshop for eons. It's always been my go-to for photo editing, until I met iPiccy. I tell you, it was love at first click.

iPiccy is a new free online photo editing website. It's online (no software to install). It does many functions Photoshop does in a snap. It's easy enough for anyone to use. And it's free. What? I know, right?!
*I don't secretly work for iPiccy, I just love it so much I wanted to make sure you all knew about it!

It's really easy to use, so no need to be intimated.



▶▶▶Here's a quick overview to see what iPiccy's like.◀◀◀

  • Just go to iPiccy.com and upload your photos

easily upload your photos with iPiccy's new online photo editing


  • You can find all the regular photo fixes for exposure, color, tone, sharpening, etc.

fix pictures online for exposure, color, tone

  • It has more advanced editing options with a click, i.e., eliminate blemishes, remove shine, airbrush...(everything she's already had done) hahaha
iPiccy lets you edit out blemishes, remove shine and airbrush for nearly perfect photos


  • You can quickly create a whole variety of photo layouts from their templates
Create a variety of photo layouts with iPiccy's online editing software
  • and even round the edges of your photos

Round corners of your photos with quick editing

  • There are options to add frames to your photos, create collages and add textured backgrounds.

Photo edits allow you to add frames, create collages and add textured backgrounds to your photos


  • "Filter options" change the tone and coloring of the photo (kind of like using color filters in Photoshop). I'm in love with the Anthony setting. It gives photos kind of an aged/washed look, making skin tones more creamy.

Editing filters give photos different tones and coloring

  • Artsy settings let you change photos into looking more like animations, comic books, aged pictures, pencil sketches or even Pop Art. Cool!

Online editor has setting for Andy Warhol-like Pop Art

This isn't all inclusive, but I hope it helps those of you who need a free place to edit your photos! 
Happy editing! ♥ 


UPDATE: Try Picmonkey.com! Great fonts, banners, layouts, etc. Sorry iPiccy, I think I have a new crush.


Never miss a post! Subscribe to ShannonSews
Like on facebook.com/SSorensenDesigns
Follow @ShannonSews1 on Twitter
Subscribe to youtube.com/ShannonSews

2 comments:

  1. Thanks, I hadn't heard of this place. Will check it out.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks for stopping by! I still use Photoshop but iPiccy is pretty easy and quick to use. Hope it's helpful for you!

      Delete

I'd love to hear what you have to say! Thanks so much for your comments! ♥

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Blogging tips