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FREE Photo editing in the cloud

picnik  FREE Photo editing in the cloud

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PicPick Tools All-in-one Design Tools – Screen Capture

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PicPick Tools – All-in-one Design Tools

PicPick is an all-in-one software for software developers, graphic designers and home user.

It has an intuitive interface and simple, elegant operation. After starting the software, you simply select one of the tool from the PicPick Tools trayicon menu when you want.
It features a powerful capture tool, image editor, color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair, whiteboard and etc. You can use all these tools freely.

This is distributed as Freeware. So you may use this software on any number of computers for as long as you like.

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s10Soft RedEyes Fix – very nice free software to fix redeyes

RedEyes Fix

Fix red eyes in your digital photos easily with S10 RedEyes, a sophisticated red eye removal tool that also functions as a general purpose photo editor. Free!

S10 RedEyes is easier to use, produces a more natural look, and provides better control than most programs on the market.

Circular/elliptical eye selection tool – In other programs you typically have to use a rectangle to select the red eye, but S10 RedEyes uses a much more natural, circular selection area that you can flatten as appropriate to match the shape of the red eye using the -/+ keys (both during and after selection).

Simply open a photo in S10 RedEyes, click a red eye (or right in between the eyes if both are red), and the “Fix Red Eyes” window pops up (see figure on right) with a zoomed-in view and controls for further zooming in/out as needed. Then just click/hold/drag the mouse to select the exact area you want to correct.

Note: After opening the photo, first make sure you are in “Fix Red Eyes Mode” (indicated by the magnifying glass mouse pointer when over the photo). You can switch to this mode either via the toolbar, the Edit menu, or the photo’s right-click popup menu.

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JPEG Lossless Rotator – Rotate your pics without lossing quality

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All people usually make photos with different shot orientatons, and some photos need to be rotated. When you rotate a JPEG photo, most image editors decode the photo, rotate the bitmap and then re-encode it back to JPEG. This process slightly decreases the final image quality. Unlike those tools, the JPEG Lossless Rotator does not recode your photo and performs a special lossless block transformation instead. As a result, the rotated photo has the same quality as the original. In addition, JPEG Lossless Rotator has a very simple multilingual interface and is easy to use for inexperienced computer users.

Features:

  • Shell integration (this allows you to rotate your JPEG photos by a right-click on the file)
  • Command line
  • Automatic rotation
  • Batch rotation
  • EXIF-data display
  • Multilingual interface: Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (simpl), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Thai.

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