If you blog or write articles that require precise image sizes or if you love image manipulation of your personal photos or works, then you obviously already have Adobe Photoshop installed on your computers.
But if you are still new to image manipulation and do not want to buy the software just yet, there are some free online tools that you can use. Of course, buying that software is a great idea because you will be able to do so much more, but if you are not ready due to restrictions in resources or you simply feel that you need to try it out first, then that is fine too.
Here are two of the applications that I have been using whenever I need to resize or to alter some drawings I have and I do not have my personal computer with me. I hope you find them useful!
Pixlr Editor – Pixlr is a free online photo editor. Fix, adjust and filter your images. Manage your images in your browser, no registration required, just jump right in!
Splash Up – Splashup, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager. With the features professionals use and novices want, it’s easy to use, works in real-time and allows you to edit many images at once. Splashup runs in all browsers, integrates seamlessly with top photo-sharing sites, and even has its own file format so you can save your work in progress.
As a bonus, I am including a link where you can learn how to use Photoshop! I learned the tool just recently and when you choose to use the online tools above, you will notice that knowing the basics of Photoshop can make even the online ones much easier to use. The site I am referring to is Photoshop Online It gives people a step by step run down on how you can manipulate images easily! If you have other tools that you have used in the past that can help our readers, please feel free to leave us a comment!