Editing makes your photo more attractive and it becomes possible through photo editing software or tool. Just go on the internet – search for ‘photo editing tools’ – and see what you get; of course, you will find lots of tools. But from this number of editing tools, you will get hardly few tools which provide a photo editing service inside your browser without any hassle. Check out a new photo editing tool named EnThread.com, which runs in your browser and features a drag & drop upload process. No need of any installation and downloading because enThread.com is browser based editing app, which works on Chrome, Firefox and Safari browser and allows you quickly edit images on the go.
If you want to make some small changes in your photo without loading Photoshop then enThread.com is best choice for you. Launched in 2012, EnThread has been created by Quinton Pike who is developer of cloud music library Mougg. This web-based tool permits you to retouch photo by simply adding filters. EnThread photo-editing app is worth the shot, if you are finding simple and less muddled app that can get the basic stuff done easily. It is not loaded with many features that people get in Photoshop or light room and image editing programs, but it is offered with some simple and basic features.
EnThread.com is created with drag and drop interface. User does not require any special skill or registration to use the site, they just need to drag the image that they want to change from computer and drop it on the site. It does not enable users to drag the online images; users must save images in the computer. It also gives sample images that you can drag to get started. Generally people prefer their own images to make changes, so site gives limited number of sample images. When you drag the image into the page, it will automatically pop up the editor and you can start editing a photo in matter of seconds.
Once you jumped on the website, you can make some basic changes to your uploaded photo like Hue/Saturation/Lightness, Brightness/Contrast, Filters, and Colors. Each feature is available with dragging line by which you can increase or decrease effects. Firstly, users can adjust Hue, Saturation and Lightness of the images. By dragging Saturation on left side, you can apply dull color effect or by dragging right side, you can apply lightening effects. Hue works equally both sides, while Lightness decreases from left side and increases from right side. When you work on one feature and want to move on another feature, you have to apply or cancel current feature.
Brightness and Contrast are the best features of the site, which becomes helpful to give brightness to dark night photo. By giving a contract effect with brightness, you can make your photo more attractive. Users are also able to give redness, greenness and blueness to images through the Colors feature. If you are connected with journalism field, then you will definitely know the use of blur effect because mostly it can be used to blur the photo of people to hide their identity.
It also offers five processes like Sepia, Desaturate, Solarize, Invert and Edges that you can add into an image. During the process, if you don’t like changes, then you can undo it. Compare your photo with original images to see the actual difference between edited and unedited images. Edited image can be saved on the site by just creating free account. Registration takes only few seconds. Users can even share edited images on their social networks like twitter and facebook after becoming a member of the site.
- Browser-based photo editing tool
- Upload images with simple drag and drop interface
- Works on Chrome, Firefox and Safari
- Adjust the hue, saturation, lightness, brightness, color and contrast
- Add filters like blur and five processes to an image
- Compare edited and unedited images
- Undo the process, if you are not satisfied with modification
- Registration allows users to save and share edited image
- No size limit for uploading image
- Cannot crop the uploaded images
- Provides only some basic editing features
Demo video of enThread.com from youtube: