The Easiest Online Photo EditorAlia Saeed Haran 200904365
Introduction: Why editing photos is important? Examples of edited photos (list) Pixlr Conclusion Bibliography
The approach to photography has been changed hugely by digital technology. Before, photo developing, processing and printing has to be done only in a studio exactly in a darkroom with the use of special apparatus and chemicals. Nowadays, because of the development of digital photography, post processing can be done in any computer without the need for a darkroom and various chemicals. Moreover, anyone can edit and share their photos professional by using free tools online. All the requirements are a personal computer, or even laptop and Editing Photo software.It can edit photos to be further improved and changes it to become perfectly suit as much possible by improve the quality, adding effects, frames and sharing by posting it on social networks like Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, or image sites like Flickr, Fotolog, and Photobucket.
What is Pixlr? Why Pixlr? FeaturesHow to install Pixlr Extinction Functions of Pixlr How to use it? Tools Box Weakness
a browser-based Flash application for image editing that resembles Photoshop in both features and functionality. It includes: Pixlr Editor—A free, online, full-featured image editing and creation tool. Pixlr Express—A simple and immediate online tool for quick image adjustments. Pixlr Grabber—Fetch images and screen grabs from your desktop and browser. imm.io—An image sharing service that allows you to upload an image and share it with friends via a link in just one click or with social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and more. Pixlr-o-matic—A fun and playful post-process darkroom where you can experiment with different effects, overlays, and borders.
Allows users to access a host of powerful image editing features from any computer with an internet connection. It is free online image editors It can save files online which makes it a much more flexible tool when When saved online, users are given a URL for the image at the imm.io website, which they can share with friends or even clients to be posted on blogs, news-sites, social networks like Facebook, Myspace Bebo, image sites like Flickr, Fotolog, Photobucket etc.
Clear and logical user interface Layers support with blending modes, masks and layer styles All the tools youd expect from a fully fledged pixel based image editor Quick and responsive in use Powerful adjustment tools including Curves and Levels Full screen mode maximizes work space and makes it feel like a desktop application Extensive range of filters, custom brushes & blend modes for creative effects Save and share images online using the built in save to www.imm.io option Highly customizable user-friendly interface with movable and scalable windows History window for quick undo/redo Fee-hand crop, move, super-impose and interpolate images and rotate and remove entire canvases The interface is translated into 12 languages No need to register
Lasso tool: a free-hand selection tool. It is usually used to cut out, or select specific sections of a pre-existing picture Wand tool: allows you to select an area of an image based on its Brush tool: The Brush tool allows you to select color. Tolerance determines how a brush, choose its characteristics, closely the colors match, including thus increasing the tolerance will size, shape, spacing, roundness, hardness, an select a gle, diameter, mode, larger area of similar color. opacity, and more, and then use the brush for various types of artwork. Blur tool : Blurs Clone stamp tool: allows you to duplicate an area of the part of an image. When aligned is image using any selected, the duplication continues brush you select. regardless of releasing the mouse button Drawing tool: used for drawing free- hand shapes. The bloat tool lets you “grow” areas of the image Type tool : used to add words to an such as an eyeball or lip image. With a type tool selected, you can set options forHand tool : Allows you to scroll through font, size, color, alignment, and more.an image that doesnt fit completely inthe viewing window. Its like using thescroll bards at the bottom and right side Zoom tool : Choose the Zoom tool andof the window, except you do the movingwith the mouse by dragging. When the click on an area of the image to zoom inHand tool is chosen, the cursor becomes a or out.hand. Offers choices to resize the window to fit on the screen and other options.
Limited import and export functions You can only load an image from your computer or from an URL. There is no integration with image hosting services or social websites. The same is true for saving your photo. You can only save it to your hard disk.
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Ishan. (October 3, 2009). Pixlr: Free Advanced Online Image Editor. Retrieved on 8th of November, 2011 from: http://www.ilovefreesoftware.com/03/windows/image- photo/image-photo-editors/pixlr-free-advanced-online-image-editor.html Pixlr blog. (n.d.). Retrieved on 9th of November, 2011 from: http://blog.pixlr.com/search?updated-max=2010-11-12T15%3A34%3A00%2B01%3A00&max- results=20 Pullen, I. (2010). What is Pixlr Editor? Introduction to the Free Online Image Editor Pixlr Editor. Retrieved on 9th of November, 2011 from: http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/onlineimagetools/a/Pixlr-Editor.htm Salisbury, J. (2010). Pixlr Photo Editing Handout. Retrieved on 8th of November, 2011 from: http://schools.evergreenps.org/cms/lib5/WA01001177/Centricity/Domain/1336/Pixlr_Photo_Editing_Handout.pdf
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