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How to edit your photos easily and for free with inPixio Free Photo Editor

Image editing is an important- and most of all fun- part of photography. No matter how amazing a photographer you are, there will often be at least one element in a shot that you want to enhance or correct in order to achieve the perfect picture. Photo editing software let you do everything from fixing areas of a photo to completely transforming it with filters and effects, and all in the comfort of your own home.

The downside, of course, is that photo editing software is generally expensive and can be difficult to learn by yourself. This is why inPixio now offers an easy-to-use photo editor application that provides essential editing features for free.

So if you’re looking to try your hand at photo editing with a tool that won’t break the bank, inPixio Free Photo Editor may well be the application for you.

Simple but Full-Featured
InPixio’s Photo Editor has an attractive and intuitive user interface. Upon installing, you will find an intro screen where you can choose to browse images or open a recent file to edit. The canvas interface is similar to that of Photoshop, albeit simpler in design. You will find all of the most important editing features organized into tabs at the right-hand side of the screen. Clicking on a tab displays all the related tools and options, and hovering over a tool shows you a handy explanation of how to use it.

Presets vs Customization
inPixio Photo Editor is an ideal editing program for all photographers, including amateurs. Speaking of Photographers, have you ever wondered what makes a so called professional photographer a pro? This is a very interesting read on that subject.

The InPixio photo editor is designed to save time and offer instant inspiration. The application provides a large range of presets and even more on purchasing the premium version. With one click, you can give a whole new look to an image and transform everyday shots into professional-looking images that soak up the likes on Instagram.

Of course, not all photographers like presets. Some prefer to adjust images themselves in order to gain full control over the final result. If this sounds like you then don’t worry, inPixio also offers a lot of options for customizing your adjustments. What’s more, these are not limited to basic image editing options such as brightness and contrast. As we will see, InPixio offers so much more.

Edit to Your Heart’s Content
As mentioned above, InPixio Photo Editor has all of the editing functions you need, divided into different tabs for ease of access. Click on the presets tab, for example, to see the range of filters available and preview them on your image. Alternatively, go straight into the Adjustments tab to start fine-tuning the colors and lighting in your photo. There is also a crop tab available so that you can trim your photos to the perfect size.

Even more editing options are available in the premium version. These include adding a gradient to an image, as well as increasing sharpness, and correcting noise and haze. There is a tab devoted to creative effects where you can edit the color balance of a photo, have fun with selective blur and retro photo grain, or add a vignette effect. Last but not least, to add the final touches to your image you can select a frame, a texture, or add some text. With this comprehensive set of photo tools, you can rest assured that you’ll have all the editing flexibility you need (that’s assuming you are not looking for super-advanced features such as warping and liquefying).

Photo Editing on a Budget
If you’re a photographer on a budget then InPixio is a great choice for image editing software. While it may not have as many functions and abilities as Photoshop, it offers an accessible range of tools that can help you create high quality images, with minimum effort. Not to mention, it will save you a lot of hard-earned money!

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