MySpace has integrated a suite of photo editing tools into its site, providing the function to crop, edit, and stylize their photos within the browser. To access the feature, select a photo in one of your MySpace photo albums and press the ‘Customize Photo’ button. The tools are powered by Fotoflexer, a web-based photo editing that also powers Photobucket’s image editing features without software installation
The new tools allow users to edit their photos including options like red-eye removal, blemish removal, and cropping, as well as a number of image filters like ‘pop art’ and ‘neon colors’. Users can also drag and drop speech bubbles and virtual stickers to embellish their pictures - a feature that I’m sure MySpace users will love, given their propensity to customize their profiles
In contrast to MySpace’s tools, Facebook’s photo editing features are essentially nonexistent (you can rotate images, and that’s about it). Why Facebook might not be keen on helping its users add silly thought bubbles or colorizing effects, but red-eye correction and cropping would certainly be welcome additions.
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