What is a good online photo editor fo...

What is a good online photo editor for property listings?

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Pam Stewart

Edison, NJ

#1 Aug 3, 2011
I currently us picnik.com to edit property photos and was wondering if there are any other online photo editors for real estate? Tried my luck at Photoshop but gave up.

Since: Aug 11

Edison, NJ

#2 Aug 17, 2011
I'm currently using a beta version of kanubee.com which is easy to use and has several features for real estate that the others don't. Still waiting on some updates though.
Josh

Overland Park, KS

#4 Jun 1, 2012
Visit www.realtyphix.com to get perfect photos.
Melody

Japan

#5 Jun 13, 2012
Easy Photo Editor

PonyPhoto is a powerful and interactive photo editor that allows you to edit and enhance your images in a few simple steps. This incredible software enables the user to select and remove pictures, and then compose it into a different background to create a new scene. Various templates are available for compositing different images to generate a new one. Moreover, you could convert several static photos to a dynamic photos and output as *.gif image format. Converting and editing photos consists of three steps: first of all, open the relative window which reveal create GIF or GIF list, you should click one; at most times, we may choose create a GIF, then you can choose the pictures from the photo album, when you enter OK signal it is finished, after that you could choose circulate or not. Last but not least, you can save the edited images to the default directory, or send them to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, SinaWeibo easily. The program features a very simple and intuitive user interface which does not need any technical knowledge to be operated and makes this task a breeze.
Marc

Europe

#7 Jun 20, 2013
Hi there,

I think GIMP (free open source) is now really good and provide the basic for editing property photos.

I got a little video and slideware on my website that illustrate how to use GIMP:

http://www.megaquicksale.co.uk/products/ebook...

Cheer
Marc.

Since: Jun 13

Tacoma, WA

#8 Jun 24, 2013
I actually like photoshoponlinefree for easy photo editing. It has many of the functions of a professional editor and is LOT easier to use than GIMP.

Once you get the photos edited however, you may want to consider where they are being seen. If your potential buyers are looking at listings on their mobile device you may want to give us a call to help set up a virtual tour that is compatible for mobile devices.

And yes... there's a free trial.

http://www.ebroker360.com/page/virtualtour
Ted Smith

Buffalo, NY

#10 Jan 16, 2015
Thank you so much for all of the suggestions for online photo editing. I will definitely try them out. I have been trying to find a good place to edit my photo's online, but I can't find anything that does it just right. I will have to try these out and see if they do a good job with my photo's.
http://photomania.net
Liz

United States

#12 May 19, 2015
Here's a very helpful site for you to use, http://xs.gy/learnphotoediting

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