I bet you have dark photos in your family albums or online photo collections. Usually images taken with digital cameras in an automatic mode come out too dark or too bright. All photo editing programs can brighten images no matter whether it is a desktop application, a web app or professional boxed photo software.
Images of all sorts are integral part of our life. Filters, effects, various backgrounds, stickers and cool color blends are loaded on our iPhones and Android gadgets. Why not to turn your photo into a cartoon and highlight it in Instagram stories? Select an artistic style, Disney or Pixar cartoon effect, anime or black and white drawing. A pool of web applications available online is huge, an image to cartoon conversion takes few clicks, so let’s see which app is to use.
Everybody likes jigsaw puzzles. Ok, maybe not everybody but most of us. There are puzzles of sorts and kinds: for kids and adults, 4 pieces wooden puzzles and monstrous 1500 pieces puzzles, portrait and picture puzzles, Disney, travel, family photo collage puzzles, cardboard jigsaw puzzles and magnetic puzzles, and so on; the list is endless. So how do I turn a picture into a jigsaw puzzle? Right – make your own puzzle out of your photos with one of the 10 apps below!
Pizap is a tremendously popular Facebook photo app for fun photo editing with over 8 million fans. The success secret is simple: Pizap helps to edit pictures easily and post them directly to your Facebook online album. Haven’t tried piZap for your Facebook photos yet? Let’s learn more about it! (more…)
JibJab is the most popular online service that needs a photo of your face in order to make a bright funny e-card accompanied with musiс and tricks. All sorts of video animations and effects, high quality images, transition, dozens of templates and professional-looking ecards. But JibJab pricing might disappoint new users as the service is paid, not free. So are there any 100% free JibJab alternatives? Can you make funny online greeting card with your selfie free of charge? Let’s explore!
Comic book fans will definitely appreciate Pixton web service which allows you to create comic strips easily. Even if you have never dreamed about making comic strips, you would enjoy Pixton. All you need to do is to create an account and start designing your first comic strip creature.
Polaroid Tagger by Widdlytinks.com is a one of free Facebook photo apps. The app makes Polaroid style photo collages with friends’ avatars and posts the output picture to your wall. If you want to show your attention to your nearest and dearest, the app is the right choice for you.
What is Loonapix? Loonapix.com is a 100% free image processing service. Loonapix online photo editor helps your make pictures look fabulous and funny in few clicks. (more…)
Professional photographers know how important it is to protect their own photos and reserve all rights over their creative works like mosaics, unique photographs, etc. They take advantage of Photoshop tools and label images effortlessly. Thanks to the smart watermarking, pro photographs fall under a strict image license type that limits free image distribution. If you want to restrict your picture usage and copyright images, there are easier ways than complicated Photoshop. Here are 6 fine and free programs that enable you to protect pics with either another image (for example, a logo) or a custom text.
Photo montage? Did you ever try it? If not, let’s learn what’s this in the detailed review. There are many fun photo editors that let you add cute photo frames to your images, for example FotoFlexer, piZap and Befunky. Some online photo editors are focused on certain tasks like photo frames with cartoon characters or magazine cover images. But there is one more web app can beat them all – FotoJet Photo Montager, a powerful photo app available on the web. (more…)
EXIF stands for “exchangeable image file format”. It’s the additional information that includs camera settings and scene details, for example, date and time when a photo was taken, shutter speed, focal length, exposure compensation, whether a flash was used. Only images in JPEG and TIFF formats have exif data. However, it’s not a problem as most of modern digital cameras save shots in JPEG. (more…)