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Hi All,

 

could you suggest a good free photo editor with blurring capability? the ones i tried turned out to be linked to other suspicious software.

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Hi All,could you suggest a good free photo editor with blurring capability? the ones i tried turned out to be linked to other suspicious software.

 

I sometimes use FotoFlexer, and I believe they have blur function, but they call it distort.

You don't have to even join.

Just hit "upload photo" and get started doing edits & then save them to your computer.

FotoFlexer is the old PhotoBucket editor before they ruined PhotoBucket edit function.

 

FotoFlexer - The world's most advanced online photo editor


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Try any of online photo editor and the good thing is that you don't need to download or install do whatever you want online..

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Hi...

 

I think using online photo editors is a good idea if you need a photo editor only for basic type of photo editing. If you are wondering how you to use then these are very simple and are free. I know about one that is names as photoshop online free that is am using since the last few months.

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Hello...

 

You can use online photoshop like free editor that would be great for you as you can do almost any type of basic to some advanced manipulation in your photos. I am using it since the last few months ans works fine for me. Hope you find it useful as well....

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I use gimp and krita myself. Not sure what all you want to do but I always look for the free ones.

To me Gimp is the best free option for editing and krita is just good for drawing and detailing.

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what do you guys think the easiest free or pay site is to add a URL to an image?

 

I used to use PhotoBucket....it was great for the average user because you could add a URL and edit images all on the same site.

 

However the changes PhotoBucket made a couple of years ago make that site clunky and not as user friendly as it used to be.

 

It seems harder to find a site where you can add a URL to an image and get a "true direct link" url.

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Dr. Dow Stough - 1000 Grafts - 1996

Dr. Jerry Wong - 4352 Grafts - August 2012

Dr. Jerry Wong - 2708 Grafts - May 2016

 

Remember a hair transplant turns back the clock,

but it doesn't stop the clock.

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This is a test to see how large a photo I can upload. It looks like fairly large images are acceptable, they do get resized.

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Almost every photo editor has a blurring feature. But here is the on one that I use on my cell phone. The main thing why I like it is that you can edit your photos just with tapping the screen of your Android device. It can be installed on IOs as well. The collage feature is what I like most in this app.

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