If you’re one of the many who can’t afford to shell out $870 for Adobe Photoshop (I mean, really? Who has that kind of cash these days?), don’t fear — the software giant thankfully provides a way for us regular folk to edit our images, too.
The web-based version of Photoshop Express allows you to do basic edits on your images, and can be accessed from any computer (well, during registration it says it’s only available in the US, but doesn’t ask for any proof, so edit away!). Resize, rotate and do minor colour corrections, then when you’re done, save up to 2GB in your online account — free web real estate, too! — or save to your desktop/external hard drive.
Free never felt so good.
Check it out at photoshop.com/express