Don’t have Photoshop or aren’t super technical… no worries, I’m about to show you how to edit photos for free online. This tip is both fun and easy, so grab a photo you’ve been meaning to edit!
Or if you want to ride on the waves of creating cool graphics that you can include in your blog posts to increase shares, then this is for you too!
With social sharing going visual, creating and editing images is vital to leveraging Pinterest for business.
Let’s dive into learning how to edit photos for free online with two simple tools.
How To Edit Photos For Free Online
Using PicMonkey To Create Sharable Images
PicMonkey is great for creating a collage, an image with a cute quote that you want to post on your site, or even a stylized image for flair.
You don’t need anything special to get started, and there are tons of built-in effects and tools to choose from.
I love the idea of using one of PicMonkey’s backgrounds and adding a cool quote to share on social media sites. Be sure to include a link back to your site in your image, so people know where to go if they want more cool quotes and images from you!
Using Pixlr To Edit Photos Without Photoshop
Pixlr is for you if you’re a little more sophisticated photo editor or you’ve used programs Photoshop in the past. It allows you to do things like create layers, use blur tools, and apply advanced effects to your photos.
Now that you know how to edit photos for free online, make sure to format them well in your blog posts!
If you’re going to be adding more photos to your blog posts you’ll want to make sure you’re styling your blog posts like a pro blogger.
Adding more photos to your blog posts will help people pin them on Pinterest, and will just make your blog stand out more.
You can also use these free photo editing tools to come up with a simple logo or logotype for your web site. It’s easy to get started with these programs if you aren’t ready to invest in a graphic designer quite yet.
I want to see what you create!
I’d love to see how you take these programs and run with them. If you’ve used either of these tools and learned how to edit photos for free online today, please leave a comment and show off your work!