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Free Online Photo Editor Special Effects — 8 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing. I will have to give this a try. It seems you have answered two of the most concerning questions I have about online photo editors. Is it easy to use? Will it put something on my computer to slow it down? A web based photo editor that is easy to use that will not have any adverse effects on your computer is a valuable resource. 

    • It is certainly an advantage that everything happens online and you do not “pollute” anything on your computer. Enjoy using Photofilters Lee.


  2. Thanks for this informative post, It’s a pretty involved app and has a fairly steep learning curve, but it’s by far the best photo editor on android and can accomplish practically anything you throw at it. There’s an entire tool dedicated with the cropping out of various shapes, and they can be adjusted pixel by pixel, both with their size and placement. Honestly this is my best photo editor now. 

  3. I love editing photos and turning them into something they were not. I have made use of several tools in editing photos and I have come to realize that it is pretty difficult to find everything you need in just one photoeditor which is why I normally like to combine them when editing photos.

    PhotoFilters is a site I have definitely not tried and based on the description it sure seems I would like to add it to the editors I use for my photos. It would be of great help. 

  4. Great post and good info.

    Im looking for a program like this for a long while, since Photos hop is paid and the alternatives aren’t good, unfortunately. I almost gave up hope finding a good photo editor which is free.

    But look, miracles exist it seems, I’m going to try this out and I will share my experience with this program soon enough. 

    Thanks a lot for sharing this! 

    • Hi Emmanuel, you’re very welcome. I don’t know if this program will bring you the same results as Photoshop, I can recommend another program to you, which is more similar to Photoshop, it’s called Pixlr.com/editor and it’s totally free. Success using both programs.


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