Top 5 Free Photo Editing Websites You Should Know
Owning a blog means editing a lot of pictures and I’ve navigated my way around a few photo editing sites. The best thing about them: these are FREE photo editing sites. Not only are these sites good for bloggers, but they’re great for moms who want to brighten, filter or erase some blemishes on family photos before they’re printed and hanging on the wall. Here are my top 5 choices for free photo editing sites.
This used to be the site that I would always use, but now I mainly go to it to erase any unwanted background. I’ve found that it’s easy to use and has a lot of options for text fonts, overlays and editing options.
I LOVE Canva and it’s become the only tool I use to make images for Southern Savers. They have so many beautiful pictures to use as backgrounds that pull over from UNSPLASH.COM. This is also a great site to make printables for your home. You can put your favorite scripture or quote in front of an image, print it out and hang it on your wall.
PhotoScape is, ostensibly, a rather simple free photo editor. But one glance at its main menu reveals a wealth of features: RAW conversion, photo splitting and merging, animated GIF creation, and even a rather odd (but useful) function with which you can print lined, graph or sheet music paper.
Google Nik Collection
Google’s unending determination to corner just about every market sometimes pays dividends for the pincher of pennies. Take its purchase of German developer Nik in 2012, for example – its Nik Collection photo editor plugin range retailed for US$500 at the time, and in early 2016 Google decided to do away with the price tag and release the powerful collection for free. (Source: cheerfulpicture.com).
Fotor is a photo enhancer first and foremost, more than it is a photo editor; if there’s specific area of retouching you need doing with, say, the clone brush or healing tool, you’re out of luck. But it includes a stack of high-end filters that really do shine.