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On-line Photoshop?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by robnyt, Sep 5, 2004.

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  1. robnyt

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    Is there an on-line photoshop that doesn't need to be downloaded? Trying to clean up computer and just got rid of Cannon software that was over 4,000 MB.
     
  2. robnyt

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    bumb :eek:
     
  3. buck52

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    I would certainly doubt it...

    That's some software package...almost 6 CDs

    buck
     
  4. robnyt

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    That's some software package...almost 6 CDs
    ***Tell me about it.
     
  5. buck52

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    Any of the competent editors fit on one CD...

    4000mb seems a little over the edge

    grab Paint Shop Pro or PhotoImpact for 1/10th the price of Photoshop and have fun
     
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    Sounds about right. Still, I can't imagine that someone, somewhere doesn't have a website were you can adjust your photos with clogging your hard drive. If I were to Google it, what would you suggest looking under?
     
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    The onlly thing vaguely similar is going to a photo processing site like Ofoto etc. They have very elementary tools you can use before uploading your pics.
     
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    Check this out. I found it a while ago and your post reminded me of it. It's an in-browser image editor. It's simple but it seems to work. More of a novelty than a practical tool though. Isn't it crazy that they can do that in a browser?


    http://tripod.gifworks.com/cgi-bin/gifworks.pl
     
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    Here's one I found while cleaning out my favorites today. You can edit right online and it's free. I think you can upload most formats like JPEG and such. MyImage
     
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