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Picfull: Easily Add Amazing Filters & Effects To Your Photos [Web]


There are a number of online photo editing tools out there that let you edit your photos without installing any software, but very few are as fast and creative as Picfull. Picfull is a web app that adds a variety of filters to photos only in just a few simple clicks. Just choose any photo you like, apply one or more of the custom photo effects or filters, and save it either to your local file system in JPEG, or share it on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. There is a vast range of effects that can be added to photos; filters like Vintage Dark, Line Coloring, Pen Outline and Color Separation are only some of them.

To begin, click Choose Photo to add a photo from your system and start editing it.


Once the file is uploaded, you will be able to see the number of effects in the left panel, such as Vintage Yellowed, Sepia, Old Photo and several others.


Click the effect you want to add, and it will display further options to enhance the effect like Fade, Contrast, Vignette, Gamma and more. Once the effect is added, you can fine tune all these settings to make your photo look perfect.


When done. hit Apply to apply your chosen effects, or choose Cancel if you want to apply a different filter.


Once done, press Save and the photo will be uploaded to Picfull, where you will then get an option to access it.


On opening the photo, Picfull conveniently allows you to share photo(s) on Facebook and Twitter, and you can also email it/them to your friends or family.


Downloading photos is also supported through a dedicated window.


Picfull is a simple and a user-friendly web app that will make your photos stand out from the usual lot. Check it out at the link given below, and explore its wonders.

Visit Picfull

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Picfull: Easily Add Amazing Filters & Effects To Your Photos [Web]
Thu, 27 Oct 2011 08:25:10 GMT


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