You may remember the free browser image tool PixlrX from my post about using it to resize images easily. I have used it to create images from scratch, but I find it very similar to the free version of Canva. Because the library has a Pro subscription to Canva, I tend to use that platform for the additional features.
If you do not have a pro subscription to Canva, you may want to consider Pixlr X as your main image creator and editor. In addition to all of the typical features you would expect, it also has some pretty great effects available. Check out these TechConnect videos created by New York Public Library that demonstrate how to use some of these enhancements.
Because these processes are not always intuitive, here is a site that demonstrates to how save Pixlr images to your device. If you’re looking for more tips and tutorials for working with Pixlr, the Pixlr blog is a wealth of information.
Have you tried Pixlr X, or do you have another favorite image editor? Let us know about it in the comments.
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I use a really old copy of Paint Shop Pro (v7.03) that I have been able to get working on every version of Windows since XP.
That’s great! The classics can really hold up. I’m glad you’ve been able to get it working on the newer versions of Windows.