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Imikimi Photo Fun
Create and Share Images with Imikimi
Imikimi (pronounced: immy-kimmy) is an online creative community where millions of people throughout the world gather to create, re-mix and collaborate on their digital self-expressions in a fun and easy way. Their goal is to help everyone find their inner artist and share their masterpieces with the world.
Imikimi artists just like you have already created millions of Kimis for others to share, remix and enjoy. As the first company to intersect three key components of the web - content creation, content sharing and social media, Imikimi has singlehandedly defined an entirely new category online referred to as collaborative digital creativity.
We also review a collection of free services that are similar to Imikimi. Readers have said, "If you like Imikimi, than you'll like these photo tools too!"
YouTube Imikimi Guide
Sample Popular Kimis - Use these templates or make your own creations!
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Blingee Photo Fun and Creations
Either you are a Blingee person or your not. You will love this site - or never visit again! Add Glitter, Graphics, and Comments to personalize your images, then share with your friends!
Traditional photos are boring, and we thought you deserved much better than the same graphics and content with no personality used over and over again across the net so we decided to put the power back in your hands, and give you simple to use tools to create your own masterpieces that express your own ideas, feelings, and emotions!
Ribbet Photo Editor
Ribbet is built on the same platform that made Google's Picnik great and is an easy to use yet powerful online photo editor. You can use Ribbet for collages, touch-ups and advanced photographic effects like curves and clone tools, fonts, frames, stickers, vampire effects, beards, and an entire pond full (yes, get ready to deal with some froggy puns) of effects. Like Picnik, there will be a free and a premium version.
Imikimi iPhone App
Imikimi is now available on the App Store. You can frame your digial photos on your iPhone and iPod Touch. Use photos from Facebook, your Photo Library or iPhone camera. Post your creations on Facebook and tag your friends. Send Kimis as email postcards or tweet them on Twitter. Create Kimis for all your favorite iPhone Contacts!
IPhone Photo Apps
There are hundreds of iPhone applications available for photo editing and sharing. True, the 2 megapixel iPhone camera isn't the best phone camera around but when you combine the camera with these fun applications you will enhance your iPhone camera! Check old OldBooth, Photogene, Best Camera App, Comicfy, TiltShift, Night Camera and many more iPhone Applications!
Three are also great utility applications like Wi-Fi PhotoTransfer and Treehouse to help move your photos to other devices and services.
Pho.to Fun Editor
Want to change facial expressions in photos of people with just one click, or even create funny animations? Cartoon Photo! makes this possible! This online service works in fully automatic mode: you just upload a photo from your computer or from the internet by entering its URL, choose an emotion from the list (joy, sadness, surprise, etc.) and get a funniest gif animation, or a static caricature. The service automatically detects the face in your photo and also lets you adjust animation speed and picture size.
Pictures4fun - Photo Fun like your photo on a book cover
You don't need to be an expert to play with your photos, so it's time for some good fun Pictures4fun provides new original effects every day. Choose an effect from one of their categories (Photo Fun, Magazine Covers or Picture Frames) and upload your own photo. After resizing your photo you can download the fun photo to your hard disk or use it as an avatar.
Photostrips and Photobooths
Online and Offline Photobooths
Once up on a time photobooths could be found in amusement parks, arcades, train stations, and on main street stores around the world. Several generations in the 1900s grew up with the photobooth as a primary method of recording special events. While they can still be found in amusement parks and arcades - they no longer hold the special unique appeal. With cell phone cameras, disposable cameras and the full range of digital technology photobooths have less of a role.
However, there are many online tools that let you take your digital photos and create the photostrips that were once only obtainable in a photobooth. Try out some of these tools and add some vintage appeal to your digital photos.
Photo Fun Ideas
If you want to have fun with photos - this is the one book to get. Makes an excellent gift idea. Also check out their website at photojojo.
PiZap Photo Editor
Pizap is a fun free photo editor that lets people easily create wacky images with their digital pictures. PiZap was created as a tool primarily for social networking users who want to post their images to their favorite social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Hi5, Orkut, Friendster, Bebo, miGente, Windows Live Spaces, Blogger, Tagged, and many more. PiZap provides a very easy to use photo editor that lets you add photo effects, custom text or speech bubbles, hundreds of original colorful stickers, a full painting program, and much more.
FotoFlexer Photo Editor
Fotoflexer is a solid photo editor with a great track record. Great for newbies, but some unique features too.
- Enhance image color and lighting. Add Different color effects.
- Re-color hair or skin with only three clicks.
- Fix red eye, fix blemishes, smooth wrinkles
- Animate: add text, speech bubbles, bug-eyes, pointy ears, devil horns, and more.
- Twirl, bulge, pinch, stretch, squish: Bulge muscles, trim waist-size, turn a frown into a smile, and more.
- Easily cut people/objects out without having to trace their outline.
- Export/Import your pictures from Flickr, MySpace, Picasa, and Facebook.
Citrify Photo Editor
Citrify is a web app that can make your photos look better. Citrify offers easy to use one-click tools for removing pimples, reducing wrinkles, or applying funky effects. Citrify is a web-based photo editor so it's always available whenever you need it. There are no complicated layers or albums like Photoshop. Simply open your photo, touch-up and apply effects with a few clicks, and save.
PicMonkey Photo Editor
PicMonkey, a creation of several former Google engineers offers a simple and easy to use tool for editing and altering your images. The entirely Web-based editor is fast and effective, and the cleanest interface for a photo editor (Web or desktop) that I've come across. In the left-hand column you see all of your options. And that includes everything from basics likes cropping and rotating to a full array of air-brushing edits. You can add icons and text and throw a frame around a photo. Basic edits consist of crop, resize, rotate, as well as color tweaking and sharpening.
Dumpr Photo Editing - Rubik's Photos and More
Dumpr.net offers a tool set for turning your existing photos into works of art. Dumpr offers some unique online photo manipulations options for your photo uploads, links to photos and photos directly from your Flickr account.
Picadilo Photo Editor
Picadilo is a free online photo editor that's easy to use and powerful. You can transform your photos using eyecatching effects, versatile editing tools and a nice range of textures. Some of the best features are the photo mosaic and the ability to use multiple windows - commonly available in only much more expensive photo editors. You can let your creativity run free by loading more than one photo and working on them side by side. You can even select and copy regions from one photograph to another photograph.
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