Pixlr - Free Magic for Your Photos

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Happy Grasshopper

If you don't have $1,500 or so to spend on Photoshop there is a great free online photo editor called Pixlr.  You can find it at Pixlr.com, or just use it below.  Just click upload an image, you can crop it, rotate, and add effects to make it look fabulous. Then just us Save the image back to your desktop by dropping down the menu under file.

Here is their online user guide: http://ictpublish.com/pixlr

Have fun!

 


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Devona Garrigus
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Celeste - That's cool! I do have Photoshop, but it can be difficult at times, so I'll give this a try. Thanks for sharing!

Nov 16, 2010 11:20 AM #1
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Robert Schwabe
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Celeste - Thanks for sharing this information. I'll have to check out this website.

Nov 16, 2010 11:43 AM #2
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Denise Roberts
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Thanks for sharing!  I agree with Devona....I have Photoshop, but I don't always like to use it.  I'll check this out.

Nov 17, 2010 08:55 AM #3
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Sussie Sutton
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COOL TOOL!  I am going to have to play with that in a bit here. I have PhotoShop and I am just not that good at it.

Nov 17, 2010 12:23 PM #4
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Celeste Grupman
Happy Grasshopper - Tampa, FL

I hope everyone finds the tool is helpful.  A couple of tips - for quick edits you might want to try their express version.  Also, I find it doesn't work great in Firefox, if you are a mac like me use Safari or Internet Explorer on a PC.
Happy photo editing,
Celeste

Nov 17, 2010 02:35 PM #5
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Ken Kelly
Benchmark Mortgage - Chesterfield, VA

Great tool, I've used it in the past but had gotten away from it - but I'm going back to it now! Thanks for the reminder.

Nov 22, 2010 09:58 AM #6
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Eva Aliaga
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I use Photoshop but this looks like a good alternative, thanks for the info.

Nov 26, 2010 12:06 PM #7
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I too have Photoshop and it can be hard to figure out at times so I may just try this and see how well I  like it...thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas  

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