30 Free Online Photo Editors

Edit Your Photos With These Free Online Image Editors

A free online photo editor includes all the basic features as well as the extra bells and whistles that most people need to edit and enhance their photos and images.

Why spend hundreds of dollars on a full-blown image editor like Adobe Photoshop when all you need to do are a few touch-ups, crop an object out of an image, or add something extra to your picture? The free online photo editors below will do all this and more for you.

Below are dozens of completely free photo editors, some very basic and others much more advanced, but they all have the added benefit of not requiring a download because they work in any web browser. Most of these websites don't even require you to create an account to use the tools.

Note: If you are looking for a downloadable editor, here're my picks for the best free photo editing software.

Included in these free online photo editors are functions that allow you to remove red eye, crop, add a filter, clone stamp, color fill, use a magic wand, blur images, apply a border, brighten eyes, remove wrinkles, add makeup, apply a tan, resize, airbrush, add stickers and shapes, and much, much more.

When you save your image with one of these photo editors, you don't have to worry that a watermark or company logo will be stamped on the corner of your picture, for all of these websites are free to use and keep your original image intact throughout the whole process.

If you're looking only to change the size of an image, check out this list of free photo resizers. I also have a list of free photo editing apps and free collage makers if you'd like to edit pictures taken with your phone and free image hosting websites if you need a place to store them.

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Pixlr

Screenshot of the online photo editor Pixlr
Pixlr.

Pixlr supports tons of tools for a free online photo editor, some of which you normally find only in desktop software.

It provides an interface that's easy on the eyes, supports fullscreen mode, and is simple to use. The position of the tools, layers, and other settings are flexible so you can create your own custom workspace.

You can make a new image from a blank canvas or upload your own from your computer or a URL, among other sources.

Things like layer styles, filters, and image adjustments are supported with Pixlr as well as tools like a red eye remover, clone stamp, color fill, magic wand selection, and crop tool, among others.

Images can be saved to your computer or online at Pixlr, , , or . More

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iPiccy

Screenshot of the online photo editor iPiccy
iPiccy.

All of iPiccy's menu items are easily accessible from the top of the screen so you can find basic and advanced editing tools like a crop, clone, and sharpen tool, among others. 

iPiccy lets you create an image from scratch or edit existing ones from your computer, a remote URL, a webcam, or from Flickr.

Tools for specific tasks are also available, such as one for a blemish fixer, to make your eyes brighter, to add mascara, to remove wrinkles, and many more.

You can also overlay images, change the color balance, manage layers, see a history of changes, add holiday-centered frames, add textures, and more.

Edited images can be saved to your computer, uploaded to Flickr, or shared on Facebook. More

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FotoFlexer

Screenshot of the online photo editor FotoFlexer
FotoFlexer.

FotoFlexer is another awesome free online image editor that includes tons of features.

It lets you import images in from your own computer, a URL, or other websites such as Facebook, , , and others. You can even overlay one image over another using layers.

Tools are spliced up in their own category, such as basic, effects, decorate, beautify, layers, and more. Some of the edits you can make include things like a red eye remover, blurred edge effect, color filler, Insert-A-Face, borders, pinch and bulge effects, and many more.

Some of the tools have advanced options like applying effects to a particular area of an image instead of the whole thing.

In addition to editing tools, you can also add glitter text, stickers, and animated stars to an image.

The edits you make to images at FotoFlexer can be saved to your computer or imported directly into other websites like Facebook or Picasa. More

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Fotor

Screenshot of the free online photo editor Fotor
Fotor.

Fotor provides an awesome interface for editing photos online. You can enhance an image with one click or choose any of the specific editing tasks to apply particular changes.

Basic tools are included like cropping, editing the curves, and altering the temperature/saturation/brightness/tint, and more. Effects can also be applied to an image, such as classic, tile, cool, vintage, black and white, and color splash styles.

You can also add borders, stickers, and text to an image with Fotor.

Images edited at Foto can be saved to your computer or account, shared on , or purchased through .

Some of the tools at Foto work only if you create a free account.

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Adobe Photoshop Express Editor

Screenshot of the online photo editor Adobe Photoshop Express Editor from Photoshop.com
Adobe Photoshop Express Editor.

Adobe Photoshop Express Editor is Adobe's free online photo editor. Though only some of the very basic features of the desktop Photoshop programs are included in this online version, it still has a very nice interface and is super easy to use.

The two main menu items are Edit and Decorate. You can apply basic editing tools like red eye removal, saturation changes, and more, as well as image adjustments and effects like white balance, burn, hue, and tint changes, among others.

Adobe Photoshop Express Editor also lets you add text, bubbles, stickies, costumes, frames, and other things to an image.

Fullscreen mode is allowed, which greatly increases the editing/viewing area of the screen and tools.

Images can be added from your computer but only if they're in the JPEG, JPG, or JPE file format. When you save an edit made from Adobe Photoshop Express Editor, the only save option is JPG.

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Picozu

Screenshot of the free online photo editor Picozu
Picozu.

Picozu has a super clean interface that feels very natural to use. It supports opening multiple tabs for different projects, can enable autosave, and allows drag and drop.

There are various methods you can use to import images to edit, and apart from regular image file formats, ones like SVG and PSD are supported.

Picozu supports common image editing tasks like adding text and shapes, cropping an image, resizing the canvas, color filling, and air brushing. 

Advanced features are also allowed, such as working with layers, applying dozens of filters, and altering very specific brush stroke settings, such as changing the hardness, flow, tolerance, and type of brush used.

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PhotoCat

Screenshot of the free online image editor called PhotoCat
PhotoCat.

PhotoCat is a free online image editor that's likely to suit the requirements of most people because it includes a wide variety of editing functions.

Some of the basic editing tools include a crop, rotate, brightness, contrast, sharpness, saturation, hue, and resize tool - everything you need to perform the basic changes to a photo.

If you need more, however, there are tons of effects to choose from and lots of retouch tools, like a blemish remover, spray tan tool, slimming feature, red eye remover, and mascara painter.

There are also lots of textures and frames you can apply to a picture, as well as a text tool, lots of comment bubbles, and more.

Probably my favorite feature of PhotoCat is the Compare button ​because it lets you easily view a before and after of your picture right next to each other.

You can save an image edited at PhotoCat as a JPG or PNG file. You can also share the photo on Facebook, Twitter, or .  More

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Picfull

Screenshot of the online photo editor called Picfull
Picfull.

Picfull is another free online photo editor that has a super easy to use interface.

Instead of providing standard editing tools, Picfull simply lets you quickly apply dozens of filters.

Upload an image from your computer, choose one or more filters, adjust things like the fade, color, or blur, for example, and then apply the changes. It really is that easy.

The results are shown automatically so you can edit your image even quicker than you could otherwise.

After you've added all the effects you want, saving the image will post it to the Picfull website, providing you with a download link and public share URL. There are also email, Facebook, and Twitter share buttons on the download page so you can quickly show others what you've created.

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piZap

Screenshot of the free online photo editor piZap
piZap.

piZap has a rather small interface for editing photos, but it does include some nice features.

You can add regular and glittered text, stickers, and effects, adjust hue and saturation, overlay multiple images, paint with a brush, crop an image, and add shapes, among other things.

There's also a cutout tool you can use to create your own stickers from images.

You can upload an image from one of various sources, such as a webcam or your computer, and save it to websites like Twitter and Facebook or download it to your computer. More

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Cut My Pic!

Screenshot of the online image editor called Cut My Pic!
Cut My Pic!.

Cut My Pic! couldn't be easier to use. Just upload a photo from your computer and select what type of image corner you want. Then decide if you want a shadow, a special effect, and whether you'd like to sharpen or de-noise the image. You can also change the contrast and optionally add a reflection effect.

As you select edits, you can click the PREVIEW button to see what it looks like when compared to your original photo, which is a really nice feature.

When all is said and done, you can email the photo, save it to your computer, or share it on Facebook or Twitter. More

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Screenshot of FreeOnlinePhotoEditor.com
FreeOnlinePhotoEditor.com.

FreeOnlinePhotoEditor.com isn't as visually appealing as some of these above websites but it still offers nice online editing tools.

You can load an image from your computer or from a remote URL.

Very basic tools like crop, rotate, and brighten are supported, but so are more advanced ones like a red eye remover and the ability to enhance an image with one click.

You can also adjust the saturation of the image, add text, apply a color to the whole picture, add borders, and apply several filters and effects.

One thing I don't like about FreeOnlinePhotoEditor.com is that it's hard to see how changes will look on the image because the preview image is very small. You must apply the changes to see what it will actually look like.

Images can be shared with others or saved as an image file format or PDF.

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Screenshot of the free image online editor called Snapstouch
Snapstouch.

Snapstouch lets you touch up images quickly. Though unlike other image editors, Snapstouch provides just a few one-click effects and not any specific editing tools.

Start by choosing one of the effects, like sketch, painting, or drawing, and then upload the image you want the effect applied to. Change the sensitivity of the effect to your liking and then download the image back to your computer.

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Screenshot of the free online photo editor BeFunky
BeFunky.

BeFunky is another online photo editor that's really easy to work with.

An image can be imported into BeFunky from various websites, a webcam, or your computer. When saving images, in addition to your computer, you can send them to sites like Twitter or Tumblr.

There are labels, emoticons, tons of textures and frames, a text tool, several effects like oil painting and cartoonizer, and all the basic editing and touch up tools.

There's also a Facebook Cover crop tool that crops the image to the exact size required to use as a cover image on Facebook.

Note: Many of the effects, borders, etc. unfortunately require you to upgrade to a paid version of BeFunky to use them.

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Screenshot of the online photo editor called Quick Picture Tools
Quick Picture Tools.

Quick Picture Tools provides just that - a quick way to edit images online. However, if you require it, there are very specific advanced settings for each of these tools.

There are just over 10 editing tools provided by Quick Picture Tools. Start by choosing one of them and then upload an image from your computer.

Say, for example, you're using the Rounded Corners tool. There are tons of settings like whether you want all four corners to be rounded or just some. You can change the corner percentage to create a less round effect, you can change the background behind the corners, optionally add a shadow effect, and resize the whole image.

Similar settings are present for all the other tools.

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Screenshot of a free online image editor Image Espresso
Image Espresso.

Image Espresso is another simple photo editor. You can crop, resize, and rotate a picture. In addition, you can touch-up the photo with a contrast, brightness, hue/saturation, noise reduction, and sharpening tool. Finally, you can add a whole-image effect like oil paint, among others.

Image Espresso supports lots of popular formats like JPG, PSD, PNG, GIF, and TIF. When you're ready to save the picture back to your computer, there are dozens of formats to choose from.

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Screenshot of the free online photo editor Sumopaint
Sumopaint.

Sumopaint provides a condensed but well-organized interface for performing many basic and advanced image editing tasks. 

Layers are supported with Sumopaint, as well as manipulations like cropping, rotating, and flipping an image. Basic adjustments are supported like changing the brightness/contrast, desaturating, equalizing colors and tones, and more.

There are even advanced tools like a clone stamp, gradient, color fill, brush, lasso and magic wand selection, text, and blur tool. You can also add a number of shapes to an image.

Also, several filters can be chosen such as 3D effects, blur, texture, sharpen, and stylize filters.

Images can be saved to your computer in a few different file formats.

Note: Unfortunately, dozens of the filters, adjustments, and other tools are available only with a paid version of Sumopaint only. However, there are still many useful free features available.

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Screenshot of the free online photo editor PicMonkey
PicMonkey.

PicMonkey works in a similar fashion as BeFunky, with all the menu items to the left of the screen with easy access to all the categorized tools.

Specific tools for editing skin are available like a blemish fixer, an eyebrow pencil, a blush booster, and lip tint tool.

There are also several effects you can apply to an image, and PicMonkey lets you paint them on so you can affect certain areas of the photo only instead of the whole image.

PicMonkey also lets you add text, overlay custom images or ones provided by PicMonkey, apply frames and textures, and browse tools under specific themes, such as school, vampires, and zombies.

Images can be saved to your computer or Dropbox in JPG or PNG format. You can also share the image on various websites.

Note: Some of the tools require you to pay for PicMonkey to use them, but many are still available in the free version.

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Screenshot of the free online photo editor LunaPic
LunaPic.

There are many tools you can use with LunaPic but accessing them isn't as intuitive as some of the above websites. Menus are available for adjusting and drawing on images as well as adding borders, effects, and animations.

You can load an image into LunaPic from a URL, Dropbox, your computer, Facebook, or Google Drive.

LunaPic can be added to Firefox and Chrome so you can open images straight into LunaPic to edit them even quicker than uploading them manually.

Images can be saved to various places like Imgur, Picasa, or your computer, and in several file formats like GIF, ICO, JPG, PNG, and AVI.

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Screenshot of the online image editor ImageBot
ImageBot.

ImageBot is another great online photo editor. Instead of providing tools like a brush, pencil, or clone stamp tool, it provides tons of stickers, shapes, and logos that you can import on to photos.

Because ImageBot supports layers, you can add and manipulate multiple images at once, which can be very handy.

In addition to importing images from your computer, ImageBot also lets you add pictures from a Facebook album or URL.

All the menus you use in ImageBot are easy to use because you can drag them around on the screen to create a custom interface that fits you best.

You can post your edited images from ImageBot to your Facebook page, save them to a Facebook photo album, or simply download them to your computer. You can also produce a URL of the picture and use it for sharing with others, and the shared image is displayed without any advertisements or distracting windows.

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Screenshot of the online image editor Online-Image-Editor.com
Online-Image-Editor.com.

Online-Image-Editor.com is another free online image editor. There's a few different options you can choose from for how you want to upload images, and you can even resize an image while you're uploading it.

Lots of tools are included with Online-Image-Editor.com, such as animation support, image converting, and image overlaying, and there are brief descriptions accompanied with each of them to help you understand their editing purpose.

One thing I don't like about Online-Image-Editor.com is that there isn't live previewing for many of the tools, which means you must apply an edit before seeing the effect.

Also layers aren't supported, which means if you are using multiple images, you can't edit their position, transparency, etc. once you've submitted the initial changes.

You can save images you've edited at Online-Image-Editor.com to your computer, Facebook, or Picasa.

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Screenshot of the free online image editor DrPic
DrPic.

DrPic is a pretty basic image editor. You can crop and resize an image, edit the brightness and contrast, paint with a brush tool, add a frame, and apply things like a gaussian blur, grayscale, or oil paint effect.

I really don't like the interface of DrPic because it makes editing slower and just not as user-friendly as some of the better online image editors from above.

You can upload an image to DrPic from your computer or use one from a URL. When you're ready to save an image, you can save it to DrPic and then get a share URL and/or save it to your computer in the JPG, BMP, GIF, or PNG format.

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Screenshot of GooEdit, a free online photo editor
GooEdit.

GooEdit is a Google Chrome extension, and not a photo editing website like the others in this list. However, it still has lots of useful tools, some of which you won't even find in these other editors.

You can edit any photo you find online without having to download it first and then upload it to GooEdit. Just hold down the Alt key and right-click the image to open the editing tools.

All the common image manipulation tools are included like rotating and zooming, as well as color changing options, a color inverter, a blur and sharpen tool, and more.

Edited images can be saved to your computer or uploaded to Facebook, Twitter, or Picasa.

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Screenshot of Phixr, a free online image editor
Phixr.

Use a picture from your computer, a URL, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, Photobucket, or to edit at Phixr.

I like the tabbed interface that Phixr uses because it makes editing different images at once easier than having to open separate windows.

There's a mix of basic tools and then some moderately advanced ones. You can use a red eye remover, text creator (with tons of font types), apply frames, add objects and borders, create greeting cards, and lots more.

You can also apply basic color editing like changing the hue and saturation, sharpen the image, add/remove noise, and more.

Images can be printed, saved to your computer, or uploaded to various image hosting websites. You can also email the photo or purchase an object that has your image printed on it, like a hat, mug, magnet, and more.

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Screenshot of the free online photo editor Ribbet
Ribbet.

Ribbet is a free online photo editor that provides an intuitive and easy to use interface to have simple access to all the tools, and drag and drop is even supported.

Photos can be added to Ribbet from your computer, a URL, or imported from a few other websites like Picasa. If you create a free account with Ribbet, you can import up to 100 photos at once.

All the basic editing tools are present as well as stickers, effects, text, and frames, among other things.

Note: Unfortunately, some of the features you see at Ribbet work only if you have a premium account.

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Screenshot of the online photo editor Editor.Pho.to
Editor.Pho.to.

Edit images quickly online using Editor.Pho.to. You can use auto tools like a one-click enhancer and one-click makeup applier that performs various changes to an image to quickly make it look more appealing, with just one click.

There are also specific tools like de-blur, de-noise, and filters like a charcoal and mosaic effect. Editor.Pho.to also lets you add text and a watermark to an image.

When you're done editing, download your image to your computer or use the public link to share it with others. There are share links on the download page so you can quickly show your edited picture to your Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and other social media friends.

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Screenshot of Pixenate, a free online image editor
Pixenate.

Pixenate is a free photo editor with several basic tools, some fun effects, and a few advanced features.

Aside from basic image manipulation like rotating and cropping, you can add effects like rounded corners and speech bubbles, among others. Some of the more advanced features include drawing lines and shapes on a picture, removing red eye, whitening teeth, adjusting image color, and straightening an image.

You can edit a photo by uploading it from your computer, and when you're ready to save it, you can select Flickr or save it back to your computer.

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Screenshot of Picture2Life, a free online image editor
Picture2Life.

Picture2Life lets you edit a picture from your computer, a URL, your webcam, or one of several websites, such as Box.

This image editor makes it easy to find what you're looking for because all the tools are categorized in the sections Quick Fixes, Fun Stuff, and One Clicks.

Before you even choose any of the editing tools, a small thumbnail of your image is shown next to each feature as if you've already selected and applied the changes. This makes it really easy to see which tool you may or may not want to use on your picture.

You can even browse through the tools by newest added and most popular to find interesting tools you could use for your own image.

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Screenshot of ImageOid, a free online image editor
ImageOid.

ImageOid is very easy to use. After uploading your photo, just scroll through and select any of the many effects you can apply to it.

A history panel is shown off to the side that lets you easily undo the effects, which is helpful considering it's really easy to apply more than one effect.

You can also use ImageOid to resize an image to a custom pixel height and width.

Some of the effects include rounded corners, a frame, shadow effect, higher saturation, inverted colors, and solarize.

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Screenshot of ezimba, the free online photo editor
ezimba.

ezimba has nothing near the friendly interface as the other image editors in this list, but it still offers lots of useful features, which is why I've included it here.

Start by uploading an image to ezimba or entering the picture's URL. Then choose one of the listed tools in the converting, editing, or mixing, category. 

You must select one of the tools and then click the Convert button to see what it will look like, and, unfortunately, the preview image is not very large at all.

Some of the tools include art gallery effects like oil paint, stained glass, emboss, pencil, and more.You can also skew, crop, trim, rotate, and perform other manipulations.

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Screenshot of Psykopaint
Psykopaint.

Psykopaint is a unique image editor because of instead of all the regular tools you'll find in the websites from above, Psykopaint simply lets you paint on an image.

There are lots of very specific brush settings you can select from to create unique brush strokes. There are also a few effects you can apply to a picture if you're not great at painting.

A record/playback function in Psykopaint is really handy because it lets you record a series of brush strokes and then play it again anywhere on the image. This provides a simple way to paint similar brush strokes all over the photo.

Keyboard shortcuts and fullscreen mode make editing an image with Psykopaint even easier.

You can download the image to your computer when you're done but is saved as the smallest size, and you must pay to save it any larger. You can also send your photo to someone as an ecard or share it on Facebook.

Note: Some features only work if you upgrade to a paid subscription. However, you can sometimes collect what's called Psykopoints to unlock brushes, features, and the ability to save images in a higher resolution.