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Recommended free online editing software?

Artois 12 405 1 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 1:11PM
I am going to deliver a small session introducing digital imaging to a group of total beginners. They will have access to the internet and I am going to get them to do basic crop, resize etc. on pre loaded images. I am looking for a user-friendly free package they can use. I am thinking about using "pixlr" or "picasa" maybe. Any others I should consider? No panic -got to put it all together by 29th September lol!!!

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User_Removed 11 2.2k 3 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 1:22PM
Irfanview ?
Helicon Filter?
Artois 12 405 1 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 1:30PM
Thank you will check those out.
scotdiver 15 261 1 Malta
19 Sep 2008 3:06PM
rheyes 14 74 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 3:17PM
You could try this .
Artois 12 405 1 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2008 3:25PM
Thank you everyone. Just been onto photoshop express and appears to be only available to USA customers at the moment, unless I am missing something? Would have been my preferred choice as I use CS3 and elements, although pixlr looks similar to Photoshop.
unionjak 13 56 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2008 2:30PM
Try lightbox, it has a free version and is for both new starters and pro alike.
scotdiver 15 261 1 Malta
20 Sep 2008 4:01PM
Never noticed that Photoshop Express was USA only Smile Just signed up using my hotmail.com email address.

Artois 12 405 1 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2008 4:28PM
Thank you Rob just joined and left it as usa address! Does not seem to be a problem. Off to try other freebies now!
Artois 12 405 1 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2008 5:10PM
I have reviewed some of the free sites and I am going to use Photoshop.com. It is very easy to use and has "how to" videos. It appears it will be released around the globe shortly and has a tie in to Elements 7.
Snapper_T 14 866 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2009 5:33AM

Quote:You could try this.

Pixlr has just been mentioned on the tech programme 'Click', so thought I'd have a look.

Its actually not bad for free editing software.


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