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Aug, 2015

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Web Photo Fixers


Lots of free, browser-based image editors promise to get your pictures in shape with a few clicks. But big differences separate the best from the rest.

FotoFlexer and Picnik were clear standouts--and Picnik's uncommonly well-done interface gave it the edge. When you need to quickly tweak a picture on a photo site (or on a PC with no desktop image editing application), it's productive and fun to go...

Aug, 2008

Expert review by: Harry McCracken (

GUIDE: Web photo fixers


In the beginning there was Adobe Photoshop, an awesomely potent--but famously pricey and complex--digital darkroom. Simpler photo editors, such as Adobe's Photoshop Elements and Corel's Paint Shop Pro, now run around $80--not bad, but still an...

Enter a new breed of photo editors that not only leverage the Web but live on it--browser-based services you can use on any PC with an Internet connection. These Web tools let you directly edit images on photo-sharing sites and social networks, so it's...

Aug, 2008