Edit Your Picture Using Online Tools or an Android Device

If you want to edit your pictures online or have an android device, then you don’t need to use complex software such as Gimp or Photoshop to enhance your picture quality. In this tutorial, I will show you two different methods to edit your pictures using online tools or an Android device.

Edit Your Pictures Using an Android Device

There are countless apps available on iOS and Android to edit and enhance your picture quality. I’m going to mention the best ones here.

1. Adobe photo editor apps

Adobe has released many editing tools over the last couple of years. Included are some of the best photo editing apps available.

Some options include Adobe Photoshop Express, Adobe Photoshop Mix, and Adobe Lightroom. Each one has a variety of features to help you do things. You’ll be able to do simple stuff like removing red eye to editing RAW files taken by your smartphone or DSLR camera.

Adobe Lightroom especially gets updated rather frequently with new features. The only potential caveat is that some require an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription to use all of the features. Those already use Adobe CC should get these since they’re included with a CC subscription.

2. Photo Editor by Aviary

Aviary is another longtime popular photo editor with good features and reliability. Like most, it features a one-touch enhance mode if you feel lazy today. Still, it also comes with various manual adjustments to let you adjust the color, brightness, temperature, contrast, saturation, and more. This one comes with stickers, filters, and cosmetic tools such as red-eye fixing, blemish remover, and teeth whitener.

3. Bonfire Photo Editor Pro

Bonfire Photo Editor is one of several increasingly popular photo editor apps. This one is also pretty good. It has the basics, including filters and essential editing tools. What makes Bonfire a lot of fun, though, is the sheer number of filters that it supports.

It comes with your usual stuff like black and white, HDR, etc., but it also comes with some unique ones such as Fancy, a filter that turns your photos into watercolor. It also has essential editing tools, like skin smoothing and blemish removal.

4. Cupslice Photo Editor

Cupslice is another photo editor that relies heavily on filters to deliver a good experience. On top of filters, the app features a ton of stickers, and the developers try hard to keep up with the latest trends, so your stickers are usually up to date.

The filters can also be customized to give a look you want. Some essential photo editing tools include crop, frames, hue and saturation adjustment, black and white, collages, and brightness and contrast settings. It’s not one of the more complex photo editor apps, but it’s one of a few that are free to use. About the only issue is some bugs here and there.

5. Fotor Photo Editor

Fotor is a longtime member of this list, and many blogs list Fotor as a must-have option. It has a lot more actual editing tools than most and includes the ability to enhance photos with a one-tap tool for your convenience.

Some other tools include crop, rotate, brightness, contrast, saturation, exposure, vignetting, shadow, highlights, temperature, tint, RGB, and, if those aren’t working, there are over 100 filters for you to choose from. It’s worth a shot. The only downside is that the app makes you log in to use it, and it’s one of the more expensive photo editor apps.

How to Edit Your Pictures Using Online Tools

When I wrote this post, there were not plenty of options regarding online photo editing tools. However, since then, many new tools have emerged and are helpful. I have included the new tool I now use to edit pictures online quickly.

1. Canva Online Image Editing Tool

You can edit a photo to fit your design by resizing or cropping it.

Resize your photo

Photos can be resized keeping the exact dimensions or freehand if you wish to resize any way you want.

Proportional – Resizing to keep the exact dimensions of an image no matter how you enlarge or reduce its size.

Hold down the Shift key on your keyboard while dragging the photo’s corner accordingly.

Release the corner once you reach the desired size.

Freehand – Resizing freehand lets you resize the photo to change the contents of the image.

To resize freehand, click on the image.

Select the photo you’d like to edit.

To resize proportionally, hold down on a corner of the photo and drag to resize.

Release the corner once you reach the desired size.

Crop your photo

You can easily crop your photos using the Crop button or a quick crop.

Here’s how:

To crop your photos, use the Crop button:

Select the picture and click crop from the toolbar.

Hold and drag any of the photo’s corners to adjust the image.

Drag the photo around to set a placement.

Click ✔️Done on the editor toolbar to complete the action.

To do a quick crop:

Click to select the photo.

Hold and drag any photo’s edges, moving it inwards or outwards to adjust the size.

Release the edges once you reach the desired size.

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