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As a blogger (or anyone with an online business for that matter) you'll need to edit and manipulate graphics, images and photos. Here are 10 tools that will help you.

As a blogger (or anyone with an online business for that matter) you'll need to edit and manipulate graphics, images and photos. Here are 10 tools that will help you.

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  • 1. Presented By SarkeMedia.com
  • 2. #1: Adobe Photoshop Hands-down, the premier photo and graphic editing software that comes with a high end price tag.
  • 3. #2: Adobe Illustrator Photoshop’s close cousin, Adobe Illustrator is a vector-based program that is suitable for graphics to be published in a variety of mediums.
  • 4. #3:Gimp The #1 alternative to Photoshop, GIMP is free.
  • 5. #4: Paint.netAnother free programthat includes a widevariety of editingfeatures.
  • 6. #5: Editor.pho.to A very basic and handy editor. Perfect for those who don’t need all the bells and whistles.
  • 7. Tip #6: Pixia Perfect for cartoons, graphics and other images created from scratch.
  • 8. #7: Da Font If you need great looking fonts for your images, Da Font makes it easy to create text-based graphics that you can add to your promotional graphics and more.
  • 9. #8: Microsoft ExcelWhilst not created to be agraphics editing software,Excel makes it easy tocreate 3D graphics, charts,graphs and more.
  • 10. #9: Pixlr A web-based editor, Pixlr has many Photoshop-like features.
  • 11. #10: Splashup Another web-based editor. This one has complex features and may be more difficult for the beginner to master.
  • 12. Ready to Make Great Images for your Biz?  Drop by SarkEMedia.com and check out our latest blogs and training packages