Digital photo rendered sepia in Live Photo Gallery – copyright Susie Jefferson

For anyone in love with blogging, scrapbooking, photography etc, there is always that point where you realise you need or want to alter your images (whether your own artwork or photos, or copyright-free images from the web).

Which means you need an image editor and/or graphics programme, plus online storage. Preferably simple to use, and free.

Here's my review on Computery with a run through of the new programmes out there. Please go here to read it.


  1. OO thanks Susie I will have a look I need a programe I can alter things on as have been messing about with some old family photo's, just hope I can understand it

  2. Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents8 April 2010 at 20:23

    Hi Susie! WOW, I didn't realize that there were so many options. I'm just using Paint on my Windows 7, then I'm using Photobucket since you turned me on to Color Splash, and ever so often I go back to Picnik as it is simple enough for me to work with! Thanks so much for all you do to help educate us!!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Angelic Accents

  3. Susie Jefferson8 April 2010 at 20:49

    Stephanie - it's a pleasure, I love to play with the geeky stuff, lol.

  4. Susie Jefferson8 April 2010 at 20:49

    Dotpat - PicNik is one of the very simplest, then Photoscape which has lots of short video tutorials. You can pretty much find your way around without having to read any instructions, just by playing! Hope this helps.


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