Online Photo Editing ResourcesDPMag Published in Blog
Everything else happens on the internet, so why shouldn't your photo editing occur online too? I can't say that I've ever done any serious image editing online, but the idea definitely intrigues me—especially as a resource for folks who don't have hundreds of dollars to shell out for photo editing programs that live on their computers. The Light Stalking photo blog recently compiled a list of five free online photo editing programs that deserve a look if you're interested in editing your images online. One of them even carries the Photoshop name. All in all, online editors probably aren't yet ready to take over for full-fledged computer-based versions of photo software, but they're making great strides—and they're providing a useful resource for many users, and maybe even a glimpse into the future of photo software.
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