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Thread started 28 Jul 2007 (Saturday) 23:57
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yamezbond
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Jul 28, 2007 23:57 |  #1

I don't know if this is the correct forum, but I found this free online photo editor online. It works with Flickrexternal linkand I all ready try it, simple and easy to use.
Also it works with some other Photo Galleries, like Picasa and Facebook, is still on Beta but seems to be good if you need to edit a picture fast. You only need to link it to your account and do any tipe of editing on your pictures, also it have some extra effects that you can apply.
Sorry, forgot to put the link to the editor www.picnik.comexternal link

Hope you guys like it.

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Jul 30, 2007 01:47 |  #2

I can't work out why you would want to edit a photo online. I edit on my computer and then put them online. Seems a rather pointless thing to be doing.


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Jul 30, 2007 16:35 as a reply to blackshadow's post |  #3

while i do the same, that is all on my own computer i can see the appeal to someone who can only use public computers at the time for example


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Jul 30, 2007 17:51 |  #4

well.. thats exactly my point, I'm at work and they do not allow people to install programs, so I believe this will be a very good option.
Also there is some other advantages of this if you cannot afford paying for a program like Photoshop Elements or any other program like this, or even better works directly with many other galleries, you do not need to purchase anything or better no installation require, so I thing is wort giving it a try first instead said a big NO.


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