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Pixlr Takes on Photoshop as a Flexible Image Editor

posted Aug 10, 2010, 9:48 PM by Danny Eusebio   [ updated Aug 10, 2010, 10:01 PM ]

Have you ever needed an image editing program but couldn’t afford Photoshop? Have you tried the Gimp only to find yourself confused and in need of much help? Look no further, because Pixlr is here to save the day. Widely compared to Photoshop, Pixlr can do just about the basics of Photoshop for no cost at all. Even better, you don’t have to download anything (even illegally for that matter). If you’re ever in a pinch to make a banner, make photo changes, or even uses brushes to create cool effects, you can hop on a computer and load up Pixlr right on your web browser.

As a college student, you’ll find yourself on campus without a laptop. However, you’re bound to have computer labs you can jump right on. That’s where Pixlr really shines. 

If you need some help getting started, I’ve made some Pixlr Tutorial Videos that are up on Youtube. There helpful for beginners and hopefully for you that’s just getting started. However, if you’re an AVID Photoshop user, many of the features will fee familiar. 

Visit Pixlr.com to start using this awesome tool.

Pixlr Color Replace Tool (Toy Story 3)

Have you ever wanted to change the color of something in an image but could never do it properly? I was actually amazed when I saw this tool in Pixlr, because it really shows the power of cloud based software. Anyway, if you want to start changing colors like a pro, watch the video to learn some more. Make sure to watch the end as I show you how to really amaze your friends.
  

Pixlr Color Replace Tool (Toy Story 3)



Pixlr Clone Tool: Make an Army of Ducks

Have you ever wanted to make an army of ducks, well you can now with the image clone tool in Pixlr. It's not as hard as you think and with a little finesse, you'll be cloning tons of characters in your images. You don't need something like Photoshop to do this and you'll be on your way to become an awesome image editor.

Pixlr - Clone Tool


You can find more of my tutorials on my other Youtube Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/d3eusebio
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