Pixlr, Browser Photo Editor: Ant Pruitt Video Highlight

It’s okay to edit your photos. If you’re looking for a solid photo editor, Pixlr offers a great online-editing option for your photos.

aNewDomain.TV — I love my smartphone camera, but sometimes I just don’t capture what I envisioned. When this happens, I jump into a photo-editing program to pull out the artistic view I wanted. One great option is the Pixlr editing suite. Pixlr offers three levels of photo-editing options, from beginners to the more-advanced. The suite is available right from your browser. Check out today’s video highlight of Pixlr.

Video: Ant Pruitt for aNewDomainTV

Pixlr What are your favorite photo editors for the computer? Photoshop, GIMP, LightRoom? Leave a comment below with your editor of choice.

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  • lpress

    I’ve been using ( for Windows for years. It’s open source and can do everything I need quickly. (I don’t do any pre-press stuff — mostly illustrations for articles and talks). I can have Photoshop for free from my work, but don’t bother.

    • Ant Pruitt is another one I have as well, Larry. It was my goto for a long time as GIMP intimidated me. Thanks for your comment!

      -RAP, II