Working on a computer without any photo editing tool aside from the epic “paint” is one of the most difficult things to do when your task requires you to do some basic photo manipulation. It doubles the time doing something that should be done in just a few minutes and considering the fact that you need to exert more effort of bringing out that artistic side of you, you’ll end up having a bad output most of the time or if you did a great one, then yeah! You must be good, but you’re exhausted. Think about the outputs that you can finish and the time that you consume, trying to do a simple artwork, let’s say that you just need to crop a circle out of the raw image and you’re trying to do with the most default and basic tool that you have in your station; If you’re going to use a dedicated photo editing software then you might be taking a nice break while your colleagues are still doing it the old way or maybe you could have finished your task and you can call it a day.
Most workplaces don’t have any photo-editor installed on their employee stations unless it’s a part of their business, but let’s face the fact that at some point, we need to use one and requesting for a copy takes days or months to actually have one in a single station and we also need to think about the troubleshooting steps that we need to do in case there are some incompatibility issues that need to be resolved just for us to continue working. So here is some list of photo editing tools that you can use without any hassle as long as you have an internet browser and a flash-player installed on your station.
From all the photo-editing apps I’ve checked online, it appears that this is the closest to an offline raster photo editing software that I can find. It’s very similar to adobe photoshop or CorelDRAW but it runs inside a light browser, features are simple but good enough to do a full photo editing task close to outputs from a dedicated raster photo-editing software. Click here to visit the site.
Similar to pixlr.com, there’s also an alternative tool that you can use that comes with basic features that you need to finish up your short photo- editing task for the day. Unlike the 1st one, this one runs smoother if you got a station that runs with lower specs and slow internet connection since it only has fewer features that most of us usually use whenever we do a simple photo-editing task.
Here are more options that you can check, it’s more simple and very easy to use especially if you just need to edit some very small details or use some filters to enhance the image that you’re working on or maybe just to adjust some lighting or color issues.