As you know, an extremely popular online photo editor, Picnik will be closed on Aplil 19, 2012. Unfortunately, Google, the owner of Picnik, has decided to shut down the online photo editing website and shift several features to other services such as Google+ and Picasa. In these circumstances, Picnik fans examine the new Picnik substitute suggested by Google – Picasa. However, the question remains: “Can Picasa replace Picnik or are all well-known photo editing tools lost forever?”
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In 2011 we reviewed many wonderful photo editing applications. They help you edit images, make photo slideshows, create photo frames, design websites, view pictures and perform lots of other photo manipulation tasks. No matter what you prefer either online photo editors, photo freeware or sophisticated pro photo tools, Photo Software & Design Blog team has select the most useful photo software for you.
Here’s our Editors Picks list of “Best Photo Software 2011”:
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YouTube is full of video guides on photo editing for Windows software, open source photo tools and web apps. There are many professional long videos that cover each photo editing aspect. Besides, YouTube contains helpful short video overviews on simple photo editing tricks which photo amateurs might need. Let’s explore top 5 video tutorials that enable you to edit your images better and tip you on new photo manipulation techniques.
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If you rack your brains about an unusual present an individually designed CD/DVD or Blu-ray discs might be the unconventional solution to the dilemma “what-to-present-the-person-with-who-has-everything”.
In fact, there are several opportunities to customize your disc surface. Earlier there were special discs with soft cover and special printers that were specifically designed for this kind of discs. You could also buy extra felt pens to decorate discs, but I met too many complaints about their smearing effect. Laser printers for disc surfaces do their job well but I wouldn’t call it 100% hand-made disc then.
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