Why the Built-In Photo Editor on Google+ Rocks

11 Responses

  1. KB says:

    THANKS!!! A great tool I never knew about.

    Really simple and I agree, the ‘I’m Feeling Lucky” filter tool is amazing. I was trying to enhance / fix pics in Picnic under Picasa but this is so much easier and honestly better results for a novice like me.

  2. And undo works even when the edit was done a week ago! Sweet.

  3. blackdixxa says:

    If you don’t want restriction in upload size, you need to pay for a google account here you go http://picasa.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=1224181

  4. Jamie says:

    It appears that Google has added some of its Picnik features. It’s basically Picnik.

  5. KB says:

    Wow, Yngve, I wouldn’t have even thought to try it— that’s really amazing.

    Now if I can just start off by taking better pictures

  6. Mayur says:

    @KB That’s indeed a nifty feature, already mentioned in the last para. 🙂

  7. Spencer says:

    Now all it needs is a red-eye filter. Seriously… the first time I used it, I only did so because I wanted to get rid of the red-eye effect, but it doesn’t have that feature. 🙁

  8. Very Nice, I am feeling lucky is amazing.

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