Wednesday, April 02, 2008
At a time when everyone has a digital camera or a phone with a camera everyone becomes a photo enthusiast and therefore having a leading and respected free photo editing application available online seems like a dream come true.
The long-awaited, Web-based and free version of Adobe’s Photoshop is now available.
Photoshop Express allows users to store up to 2 gigabytes of images, make edits to their photos, albums and share them, all online with friends and social sites such as Facebook.
Our experience in using the service was good and Adobe have obviously put a lot of effort in ensuring its ease-of-use. Users will be able to make edits, such as removing blemishes and red-eye, converting to black and white, cropping and resizing. Importantly users will also be able to integrate with social sites like Facebook.
All Photoshop Express requires is an Internet connection and Flash Player 9 to work.
Although, Photoshop Express is only available in U.S. today we had no problems using the service. Having launched last year Premiere Express, an online video editing through partner sites such as MTV and Photobucket, this new offer extends Adobe’s online offers.