Pixlr -Vs- Photoshop Graphic Editor Tool

Pixlr is an amazing Free graphic editor tool to apply to your blog.  No downloading the program, just click on the create a new image tab, or open image from computer tab and proceed from there.

Most Internet marketer’s use Photoshop, it is an amazing graphic editing tool, but with much more extensive use to it.

And I think it’s for the more advance graphic designers, and there’s an applied purchase  fee. Get familiarize with a free tool then upgrade to this graphic tool once you feel comfortable.

….A Quick Clip, On How To Use This FREE graphic tool…..

Basic Methods With Pixlr

I am pleased using Pixlr, it’s simple to use and free.   In-fact, I created the header on my blog with Pixlr and it turned out not too bad.  Believe me I am no expert at graphic designing, but this tool could have fooled me.

Pixlr has most of the functions that Photoshop uses. It crops pictures, re-size your photos  to the exact dimension, plus you can add text and much more. And when you’re done, save the image to your computer, to use later. Try it on for size and see how you like it and recommend it to others.  So much to Save with this valuable online tool.

I hope you found this free tip to be helpful to your business. Please leave me a sweet comment and tweet to share it with others. We all can use the savings!

Blessings And Success To Your Business!

😉  Lani Kee


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26 Responses to Pixlr -Vs- Photoshop Graphic Editor Tool

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  2. Cathryn Paul says:

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  3. Logod E says:

    Nice work. Please keep us informed with such useful information.

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  5. I have been looking for a new graphics program to use. I will definitely check this out next time I need to do some graphics stuff. Thanks for sharing this with us. You make it look easy, but I will see. I tend to download programs and get frustrated because I can’t figure out how to use them.

    • Lani says:

      @Nicole, I appreciate your input and concern. You know most of us, are pretty much with you, but there are actually free tools that work. I just upgraded my header with this same tool and NO uploading required. Just if you prefer to save your work. I think you’ll do fine and experiment with it, for banners as well, you can’t go wrong it’s FREE. Lani 🙂

      PS…youtube is a resourceful place to for more information, don’t be afraid to use the how to section. there are so many people willing to help you with step-by-step methods. I hope this helps!

  6. Lani
    Thanks for this it looks great I am going to have a go right now.

  7. Melanie says:

    Hi Lani,

    As you said, sharing is caring =)

    You have a great post here and shared a really good program. I always loved playing around with graphics in programs like these. It’s really fun and I can see that you love it too! Btw, your headers are really cool.

    Have a great day!

    • Lani says:

      @Melanie, awesome you came by and share your sweet comment. Yeah I do like to dig in there and discover new things and work with it. Its fun! Mahalo Lani 🙂

  8. Lani says:

    @Ontarian, I’m with you on not being so technical, but something like this I can handle. Thanks for coming by. Lani 🙂

  9. Lani says:

    Hi Cathie, very cool you came by and yes, some on a budget absolutely can utilize this tool. Mahalo! 🙂

  10. Cathie Heath says:

    I’ve been using Photoshop Pro for years (hubby is a photographer), and this free tool really shines!

    Great resource for those wanting/needing to put something together websites, etc. without the expense

  11. Hi Lani,

    For someone who isn’t a graphics expert, you’re sure showing a lot of talent. What a beautiful header you created!
    Thanks for taking the time to demonstrate this tool for everyone as creating graphics is something I know very little about. Very helpful!

  12. Lani says:

    Hey Roz, it’s cool when there is free online tools to help our business venture move forward. thanks for the heads up. Lani 🙂

  13. Roz Pearcy says:

    Hey Lani! I actually just used Pixlr to create my image to use as my App that I made on another site! I don’t have access to photoshop and if I did the free trial I would forget and end up buying it lol. But someone commented on my facebook about Pixlr and I’ve used it ever since. It’s a great tool. Thanks for sharing!

  14. Lani says:

    Hey Denise, very cool, to see you drop by and leave me a sweet comment and glad you appreciate my effort on my header with pixlr. Mahalo, Lani 🙂

  15. Denise says:

    Hey Lani,

    I have to say i’m very impressed with your header! And thank you for showing us how to use Pixlr; i’ve always wondered how people created headers with their pictures in it. I think I will have a play around. 🙂

    Oh, and I loved the flower on the Koala, it looked so cute!


  16. Lani says:

    Hey Jerome, glad you took my advice and left me a sweet comment. That’s what it’s all about, us helping each other out. Very cool! Mahalo, Lani 🙂

  17. Aloha Lani,

    I’m glad I took your advice and stopped on over here. You know – I’m a big fan for learning new tools that will help us. I don’t use either of these, (I use Pait.NET) but I think I’m going to take a look at them for sure now. 😀

    Thank you so much for sharing this and showing us how things like this really do make it easier for us.

    Jerome Ratliff

  18. Lani says:

    Aloha @ Tristram, glad to see you came by to leave me a sweet comment and glad to hear it’s a helpful tool. @Vicki, very cool to have you here and by all means, you’ll like this tool. Very graphic friendly, with a few tries. Mahalo! Lani 🙂

  19. Vicki Berry says:

    Hi Lani!

    Great tool here, thanks for sharing! I’ve been using Gimp, a free but much more cumbersome tool than what you have found here. I’m definitely going to give it a try next time I need another graphic!

    Wishing You Fabulous Success!

  20. Hi Lani,

    That is a great tool that I am going to check out I have been using photobucket to do the same thing and while it is OK I think this will be better.

    Tristram Lodge

  21. Lani says:

    Hey @Erik and @Valentino, I appreciate your sweet comments and I’ll keep up with the helpful tools. Mahalo, Lani 🙂

  22. Hey Lani,

    This Pixlr looks to be quite handy, especially when it comes to cropping. I’ll have to keep this as an option in the future. Thanks for the info. Great post!

  23. Hi Lani!

    Once again you are blowing my mind with the good stuff that you have been sharing!

    Much Thanks!


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