Found a great FREE web based Photoshop Alternative. Edit photos, make logos/banners.(link in thread)

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Hey All Warriors,


I've been using this forum for a short while and through out this period I've learnt a hell of a lot. So i thought id give something little back.

There is a free online based tool i've been using for a while to edit images, create product covers, create logos and banners quickly and effectively. You don't have to install anything because its all online, you can import and export images in popular formats though. It has quite a lot of slightly more advanced features too, which is impressive for a web based application. Best of all its all completely free.

Here is the link

Photo editor online / free image editing direct in your browser - Pixlr.com

Hope you find this as useful as I did.

Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vlad Bacioiu
    Really cool ! This site it's great for beginners and it's free !
    Another free graphics soft is Gimp or Xara ( paid soft)
    A great tool for ecovers here : ecover design - design it yourself online
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    • Profile picture of the author Sandor Verebi
      [QUOTE=Vlad Bacioiu;4544509]...Another free graphics soft is Gimp...

      For Your Information:

      At last, the version of GIMP 2.7.3 arrived.

      The GIMP developers realized: not so good to work with the program, that a lot of our window lie scattered on the desktop. Each component has had separate till now: layers, toolbox, image editing interface itself ...

      GIMP was nearly useless, even if other thing was also open next to it, such as a browser, an FTP, or you listen to music. As you know, that was a real pain - until now.

      The redemption comes with this 2.7.3 version. It called 'Single Window Mode'.

      It means, all component is in a main window. You can set their dimensions as you like, your images are in separate tabs. The mode must be set up in "Windows" menu, because in default mode several things are still in more window.

      Enjoy,

      Sandor
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  • Profile picture of the author lordkensal
    Thanks for the link - great stuff. I did see a WSO that was about $9 and it had loads, and loads of generic buttons, and dvd sleeves etc
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Pollina
    Seems like a good site! Thanks for sharing.

    The e-cover site is likewise awesome but a bit pricy.
    Anyone know of another good one that isn't quite as expensive?
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    • Profile picture of the author DebbieD
      Originally Posted by Brad Pollina View Post

      Seems like a good site! Thanks for sharing.

      The e-cover site is likewise awesome but a bit pricy.
      Anyone know of another good one that isn't quite as expensive?
      This e-cover site he mentioned above: ecover design - design it yourself online is free. I've used it twice and it didn't cost me a cent.

      For the free version you have to choose one of the first five though.
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      • Profile picture of the author MaxxC
        As a noobie, I've been using another free online tool called "Splashup" to learn the basics of image editing, layering and banner creation thru Youtube tutorials.

        More than anything else, I'm cool with not having to sign in to use splashup.
        I can just jump right in, start using the tool and exit quickly and easily when I lose my patience .... as I usually do.

        I first heard of 'SplashUp' from Christopher Griffin.

        Next I plan to test my "skills" with Paint dot net. ... I'll get around to Photoshop eventually.
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  • Profile picture of the author ProfessorSeo
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    Awesome Thanks for the share! I love playing with new software!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    That program is good however this one is even better:
    Sumo Paint | Online Image Editor

    It is a lot more like Photoshop and still free.
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  • Profile picture of the author EugeneA
    Ahhh Nice, I just made a profile pic.

    Super Cool Right?
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  • Profile picture of the author intowonder
    Thanks for sharing this find, nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author tirpukas
    Thanks for shearing it. It`s great!
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  • Profile picture of the author lconsult
    For another offline alternative to make custom headers and banners, checkout XHeader's free version, www.xheader.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Wells
    Originally Posted by Sonny Am View Post

    Hey All Warriors,


    I've been using this forum for a short while and through out this period I've learnt a hell of a lot. So i thought id give something little back.

    There is a free online based tool i've been using for a while to edit images, create product covers, create logos and banners quickly and effectively. You don't have to install anything because its all online, you can import and export images in popular formats though. It has quite a lot of slightly more advanced features too, which is impressive for a web based application. Best of all its all completely free.

    Here is the link

    Photo editor online / free image editing direct in your browser - Pixlr.com

    Hope you find this as useful as I did.

    Thank you.
    Yep, I have messed with it, it's nice and works well. Although, nothing compares to photoshops abilities.

    I do not think you can edit psd files with pixlr, and if you can, you can't edit text layers.

    Either way, it's a great tool it seems for free.....
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  • Profile picture of the author spwk
    It's a great site and I used it to make banners and headers. Like somebody said it's really easy to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebasheersj
    Hello!

    Thanks a lot for letting us know about this great and useful tool... Actually i am in the same field since the last few years and i have my computer and laptop. On the laptop i had installed adobe photoshop but not on the computer that's why whenever i am on computer so i usually looking for webbased photo editor. i did used many tools such as the above one and this one [http://www.onlinephotoshop.net]. Both of these are bookmarked as i found them perfect for my work.
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  • Thanks for giving back..

    Wow..This software does really look super simple, and effective.

    Thanks
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