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Hey YouTubers I thought of a quick video about an application someone to slash off from some great videos she makes but mine is not a giant application but more of a photo editing application. It’s an online app you don’t need Adobe Editor Installer it’s just a web app effectively. You don’t need an account to register from eh tab to use this service but it’s a Beta and you can sign it for free.
I’m quickly type in my details. I already upload a photo just to test out the effects and for you guys it’s a picture of the Apple genius thing, double click to edit and it gives you these tools on the left. This is effectively your canvass and you can change the size and the pictures or zoom to fit whatever, and you can view the original if you change something. Yeah, you can cancel effect or save effect and you can do save, save out and cancel and all that.
There’s a whole lot of good tools you can use and it’s for free, so basically if you don’t want to buy Photoshop or you do need some of the more basic effects like crap or resize or autocorrect, rid auto remover, the kind of basic things that for personal photos at Photoshop Express does have. Saturation that’s a common very cool tool that you used. The sharpen which will remove effectively some of the blurry pixels into sharpen the one the pixels that are not as blurry.
Anyway, you can change the white balance. You can do a whole lot of —there’s a whole lot of stuff to do here, and some of them you can use a slider like this you can use a slider down here but I found clicking it is much better since there’s only a few icons. There are a lot of tools. The grey interface does look boring that I mean, but like I said before it’s a free web app. What really mind boggles me is that they don’t make one of these Photoshop Express Applications for the iPod or iPhone or whatever, and for the apps to be effective.
I mean, we have multi touch gestures you can distort the photos. You can resize them. I mean, if they really wanted to capture the Mackintosh audience, they will not make something like this. They will make something more of a iPod I mean, almost everyone my classmates has an iPod. More people have an iPod touch. I-pod touch has internet so you can access this on my service. It’s just really cool if you can have that.
We don’t have a really good Photo Editor that’s built in or on apps store. I have seen some of them but they just don’t feel that good. They are mainly for fun. They would add moustaches to your photos or item cap auto delete maybe hatch your picture or something. Nothing that edits your photos effectively, so this type is pretty fine. I mean, there’s basic like right out to Google. They are aiming for the family photos like when you let’s say you’re taking a photo. You take a bunch of photos like 300 to 400 photos you upload them all to Adobe Photoshop Express which will take effectively 300 of megabytes.
For now, I don’t think you update your membership, but you can update your membership here. Remember type but it’s pretty good for people who just want to do a very simple editing and they just upload and somewhere I mean a separate copy so they can get rid of the ones on their camera. As like what I said if you’re on vacation and you took a 300 to 400 photos and you want to upload them to the internet as fast as possible and to Facebook or Flicker or photo bucket and you have internet at your hotel, so what you would—where’s upload? Yeah upload photos and you will choose photos you want you upload them to a new album then you can quickly go to Facebook Flicker photo bucket for cursor and upload photos from to there automatically.
You can tag photos there’s info tab, and if you have a camera but this is a user generated picture. If you have a camera it will tell you what camera type, the basic information so yeah it’s a pretty cool web app.
I do hope that they have an iPod touch app store effectively version coming out soon and if they do I will do a review on it for you guys. So yeah, thanks for watching this is snowleopard and thanks for watching.