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Editing your photos 1.0

Published 04/03/2016 19:50 PM   |    Updated 04/03/2016 19:50 PM
We offer several editing options on our photo site. Below is a list of the editing functions that we offer, as well as a description of each function, and how to make the corrections using our website.

Rotate-Allows you to turn your image to the right, left, or make it a mirror image
Remove Red Eye-Redeye often appears in photos taken with a flash. This tool neutralizes the red, while retaining original eye color as much as possible.
Correct Color-Allows you to greatly improve the color of your image by adjusting the brightness, contrast, color balance, and intensity.
Fill Flash-Allows you to spread light to dark areas of your photo without over-lightening other areas.
Cropping-Allows you to adjust the area of the image that will be printed.
Borders-Allows you to add a border of your choice to the image.
Add Fun Tints-You can change the color of the image to several different colors including black & white, and Sepia.

Use the step-by-step instructions below to complete each editing function that you chose to do to your photo.

Rotating an Image

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. Click the Rotate tab on the right side of the page.
  4. Click to rotate the image to the left, right, or mirror the image.
  5. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  6. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.


Remove Red Eye

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. In the Fix tab, click Remove Red Eye.
  4. Use your cursor to click on the areas of your photo where red eye appears. You may have to click more than once to cover a larger area.
  5. Repeat for each eye you want to fix.
  6. Check your results by clicking before/after. The change will be applied unless you click Start Over at the bottom of the box or Undo Changes at the bottom of the page.
  7. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  8. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.


Correct Color

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. In the Fix tab, click Color Correct.
  4. When you click Auto Correct, the color corrector will adjust your photo for the best possible brightness, color balance, and intensity.
  5. When you click Auto Contrast, the color corrector will adjust your photo for the best possible color contrast.
  6. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  7. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.


Fill Flash

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. In the Fix tab, click Fill Flash.
  4. Click on Strong or Moderate to choose the intensity of the flash.
  5. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  6. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.


Crop

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. Click the Crop tab on the right side of the page.
  4. Select the size print you would like to make.
  5. Using the green cropping box, drag the handles on the corner to resize your photo. To move the box, click and drag the center
  6. Click the blue Apply Crop button when you are satisfied with the image.
  7. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  8. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.
Additional Cropping Information:
Why is some of the image missing from my print?
Photo Resolution FAQs
 

Borders

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. Click the Borders tab on the right side of the page.
  4. Use the dropdown menu to browse border styles and designs.
  5. Click once on the border you'd like to apply to your photo. NOTE: At any time you can click Remove Border to revert to your original photo.
  6. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  7. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.
Additional Information:
Borders FAQs
 

Add Fun Tints

  1. From the album view, double click to open the photo you'd like to edit.
  2. Click Edit on the right side of the page.
  3. Click the Tints tab on the right side of the page.
  4. Click the icon for the tint you'd like to apply to your photo.
  5. When you are finished editing your photo, select As Replacement (to save your newly edited photo over the existing one), or As a Copy (to save your newly edited photo as a new image). Please note that you save as a replacement, you will not have access to the original image.
  6. Click the blue Done Editing button in the low right corner to save your changes.
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