Adobe Releases Web-Based Photoshop Express

Photoshop Express joins Google's Picasa as a notable Web-based image editor. Photoshop Express, like many other photo-editing services on the Web, is available for free, with 2 gigabytes of storage. The service allows users to upload, edit, store, and share their photos. Adobe says: "Do what you want with your photos. Give them cartoon colors. Distort them. Go nuts. Turn average photos into jaw droppers with options like Pop Color, Sketch, Hue, Black and White, Tint, and more."

About the Author

Trent Batson is the president and CEO of AAEEBL (http://www.aaeebl.org), serving on behalf of the global electronic portfolio community. He was a tenured English professor before moving to information technology administration in the mid-1980s. Batson has been among the leaders in the field of educational technology for 25 years, the last 10 as an electronic portfolio expert and leader. He has worked at 7 universities but is now full-time president and CEO of AAEEBL. Batson’s ePortfolio: http://trentbatsoneportfolio.wordpress.com/ E-mail: trentbatson@mac.com

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