PicMonkey – a replacement for Picnik

If you are a fan of the photo editing site, Picnik, then you may be wondering what to use when Picnik moves across to Google+ on the 19th April.  Well I think I’ve found one possible solution.  It’s called PicMonkey and offers a very similar set of tools that Picnik used to offer.

I was like a giddy kid in the sweetshop when I came across it and couldn’t help but play around with the site.  Here is a photograph of some daffodils that I’ve enhanced with PicMonkey.  The daffodils were not your usual golden trumpet ones but were an unusual shade of peach and cream.  It was quite  a surprise to see them opening up on my kitchen windowsill and I was keen to capture them for my blog.

Using cross-process (green) and a simple border.

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One Response to PicMonkey – a replacement for Picnik

  1. Jim Reeve says:

    I love your picture, but I’m not a user of these sites. I’m not sure what they do for pictures, but if they allow you to change colours, that would be pretty cool. I’ll have to take a look at PicMonkey to see what they’re all about.

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