Photo editing made fun. Here are free images and photo editors features image editor online such as PicSlice.com;PicMarkr Pro 1.0; SnipShot; and DrPic.com. Each of photo editor has unique way of managing and giving effects into photo. While PicSlice enables you to slice photo, Picmark Pro will give watermark effect in it. There are also Weys to create wallpaper into mobile, and Microsoft Image Composite Editor which can put pictures into one panoramic photograph.
1. Microsoft Image Composite Editor Stitches Images Together
Windows only: Microsofts’ Image Composite Editor is a free application for stitching several pictures together into one panoramic photograph. You shoot a set of overlapping photographs of a scene from a single location, and ICE creates a high-resolution panorama incorporating all your images at full resolution. Then save your stitched panorama in a wide variety of formats, from common formats like JPEG and TIFF to multi-resolution tiled formats like HD View and Silverlight Deep Zoom.
2. Weys Creates Mobile Phone Wallpaper from a Screenshot
Free software Weys converts WhatEver You See on screen into mobile phone wallpaper by taking a screenshot sized for your phone screen. It provides a few default sizes for several mobile phones including a few Sony Ericcson, Nokia and Motorola phones but also an option to select a custom sized wallpaper.
3. PicSlice.com – Chop Up Some Pictures.
PicSlice.com is a free online tool which allows you to slice or crop images. Source image can be from you hard drive or you can also specify a web URL. PicSlice provides a very simple and effective interface to get the work done. You will be able to get each parts of a picture. You can select the number of horizontal and vertical slices. It can also crop pictures. This tool is useful when you need to adjust picture to your needs.
4. PicMarkr Pro 1.0
PicMarkr lets you to add custom watermark (image or text) to your images online and free. It is useful when you need to protect your copyrights or if you want to add comments to your photos. If you really get addicted onto Flickr this app is really useful.
5. Crop images online with SnipShot
SnipShot is streamlined – there are only five tools to choose from (undo, resize, crop, rotate, adjust), so your choices are limited. But SnipShot is not about complicated; this is a barebones graphics editor for when you just need to smallify that overwhelmingly huge pic of Tom Selleck for your fan blog. Snipshot also allows you to save your image in a variety of forms: .gif, .jpg, even to your Flickr account
6. DrPic.com Edits Images Online Without Flash
Crop, Resize, Add Text, Special Effects, and Host your pictures online for free at DrPic.com. Here you can edit photos in your web browser without loading Flash, Silverlight, Java, or any other heavy plug-in. That’s because Dr. Pic is built using nothing but AJAX. While you probably won’t have much luck using the service with Internet Explorer 5, any modern web browser should be able to handle the basic image editing tools Dr. Pic provides. You can export the result as a JPG, BMP, GIF, or PNG file.
7. YouGotPhoto.com – Digital Picture Goodness
Interesting technology. YouGoPhoto.com with this system you can send selected photographs from your favorite social photo sharing site such as Flickr or FaceBook and the images will automatically show up on wifi photo frames of your selected family and friends anywhere in world (where wifi and digital frames are available.)
8. Free Image Editor 2.1.7
Free Image Editor 2.1.7 is a bitmap image-editing application that lets you retouch existing photos or create original graphics. There is TWAIN and support for importing from any scanner. Free Image Editor provides a rich graphics toolset for digital photography, print production and Web design. Download Free Image Editor.
Free Morphing creates a sequence of frames which are the transformation of the source image to target image, giving the appearance that the source image “becomes” the target. Images must be true color (24 bit) and have the same size. In the program you can create lines (the same number in Source and Target) which describe the transformation. You should create line objects in the same order on boths images. Download here
10. Revamped Google Picasa site identifies photo faces
With a face recognition feature set to launch at noon PDT, Google’s Picasa Web Albums will help users label their photos with the names of subjects. That and other changes to the photo-sharing site are joined by a new beta version of the accompanying Picasa 3.0 photo-editing software. The “name tag” feature presents users with collections of photos with what it judges to be the same person, then lets them click a button to affix a name. Once photographic subjects are named, users can browse an album of that individual on the fly.