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Easily edit any image with the free photo editor. Draw, annotate, markup, and convert photos directly from your browser.

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Image Editor & Tools

Deliver Better Images with a Free Photo Editor

Creating awesome images takes iteration. This online photo editor will help build and rebuild incredible images through a cloud gallery on your account. If you’re working on a demanding product description that’s taking excessive communication, image annotations, and neverending re-edits, here’s how you can save time and money.

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How to edit your image in less than 2 minutes

  1. Upload your image to the online editor
  2. Make changes to your image using text, shapes, annotation and border tools
  3. Download or share your image with a link

What they say about Good Annotations

You can make screenshots look great in just 2 clicks and you can add helpful annotations too. Useful for giving design feedback or guiding your users. A great tool to keep aside & use regularly

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Image annotation apps give you tools for annotating images. Good Annotations gives you a workflow for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots or other images.

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What is image editing?

We’re glad you asked.

Today, everyone is editing images.

Image editing is every action that changes the original appearance of your picture. You can use the editing software to manipulate elements on your image and include annotations, markups, borders, signatures, pointers, drawings, and text. Individual editors are complicated, expensive, and bulky. While others are free, entirely online, and offer smooth sailing with targeted tools for your specific goals.

The difference is apparent in the case of Adobe Photoshop v. Good Annotations. Suppose you’re looking for effective markup communication with your client and easy image sharing. In that case, Photoshop is out of the question. Good Annotations has all the right tools that will make your job easy.

Conversely, you shouldn’t edit New York Fashion Week editorials and prepare them for print magazines with easy online tools. In this case, industry professionals pay for specialized tools and employ a narrow skillset to make the models look good in all formats — from jumbo posters to Facebook ads.

Imagine editing makes for all of the above, and much more.

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Why edit Images?

Photo editors will help you add, erase, or change elements on your images.

But why would you ever need to change your images? People communicate with words and pictures on the internet. Sometimes you’re building an art installation. Other times you’re creating a meme for your Facebook page.

But both times, you’re editing images.

You can edit your photos to tell your story in your words, crack a joke for all the internet to laugh at, and create blog covers. Maybe you’re looking to create excellent product guides? Are you troubleshooting issues for a digital product? Thousands of reasons are in the air here.

That’s why editing tools are always in high demand.

What are Image editors?

‘Image editor’ is an umbrella term for photo editing software that you can use from your computer, phone, and other smart devices.

Photo editors come at all shapes, sizes, and prices. The expensive ones are often bulky, pricey, and require stellar computer configuration. In contrast, others like Good Annotations and Canva are mostly free, with a few premium services. Free tools like Microsoft Paint arrive with the operating system and offer everybody basic tools, which often satisfy nobody or maybe a few bored kids.

You’re probably using a few editing tools already.

Here are some of the most popular editors right now.

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Lightroom
  • Affinity Photo
  • PhaseOne Capture One
  • Luminar4
  • Good Annotations
  • Gimp
  • PhotoscapeX

The list goes on, almost indefinitely.

The difference between online and desktop tools will help you determine the right tool for you, your team, and your clients.

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What’s the difference between online and desktop image editors?

Besides the obvious difference, these tools often serve different users and accomplish different jobs.

What the right tool for you? The answer might not be so straightforward.

Suppose you have a broadband internet connection and can easily annotate images. In that case, online tools are a better choice ten out of ten times. You can create images that will clearly communicate your message to your developers, clients, and team members. The saved time in this process is invaluable, as nothing can bring back the time you’d lose firing up an expensive software from your device.

Other things you don’t have to worry about with online photo editors:

  • Complicated software installation guides.
  • Compatibility of multiple devices.
  • Accessibility and mobility.
  • Device Disk space.
  • Sharing photos.

However, if you don’t have a stable internet connection, online tools can’t help you much.

Desktop tools are often expensive but come densely packed with editing tools and addons. If you’re a professional photographer, you might need to adjust every frame, change the contrasts, dim the lights, etc.

Most online tools will do a mediocre job of helping you out with complex editing tasks. Also, if you lose your internet connection, you lose access to your software. The internet connection is outside your control, and you can’t always count on easy repairs if everything goes south.

Photographers often choose to invest money into high-grade tech and matching software, which usually comes in the shape of desktop-only tools.

The largest issue for desktop editors is the sharability of downloaded files.

Professional photo edits take massive amounts of disk space, sometimes totaling a few dozen gigabytes, and this makes online sharing heavy and slow, if not impossible, in some cases. Most professionals will share photos with external flash drives and cloud-based services.

For each job, there is the right tool.

Most professionals, students, and professionals don’t need highly specialized desktop-only tools.

Add Text to Image

Good Annotations brings a way to say more with your images.

Communicate effectively with photos. Are you creating product guides? Do you annotate images for student papers and scientific research? Maybe you’re replying to your client about a grave error they made on the front end of their latest digital service.

Either way, here’s how you can deliver precise and effective communication with your image edits.

1. Add text to images

Writing on images is essential for effective communication when working from home, responding to multiple clients, and managing teams online. Add text to photos with the text tool. Include an awesome headline or a full body of text next to an element that needs further clarification. Discover an easy way to include callouts, editable speech bubbles, and extended annotation text blocks to your images. You can add text to any image format, including JPG, SVG, and PNG.

2. Add image borders

Accent your images with style and color. Locate the background tool and increase padding to create a new layer around your image. Strong and vibrant borders bring more personality to your images, while bright red signal importance and draw immediate attention. Conversely, add a white image border to create more space between elements. White borders are perfect for adding personal signatures and making your photo truly official.

3. Draw on Images

When words are not enough, draw them a picture. Draw a pointer, circle a product error, and underline an essential element in your photo. Sware interest points on your image and enjoys effective communication. Draw on photos to truly say more, and never leave a remark unanswered. You can draw on JPG for light and shareable images and draw on PNG when you’re looking to impress others with a high-quality format.

4. Annotate Images

Provide more context with your images. Photo annotation is essential for digital communication with both computers and other human beings. AI and machine learning are slowly starting to make sense of physical reality through annotated images. On the other hand, designers, entrepreneurs, content creators, editors, and customer success professionals use annotation tools to stay productive and efficient at work. Annote photos to provide good user feedback, troubleshoot problems and send out a short memo.

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Image formats supported by Good Annotations.

The online photo editor supports major image formats used in everyday business. You can easily switch between formats, depending on your current needs. Edited images are saved as projects, which are available on your account. Log in to your account, If you ever need to upload different extensions or change the old one.

1. JPG Image Support

Digital professionals favor JPG for its compact size, which is perfect for quick file sharing. JPG or sometimes JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Group. JPG is smaller in size compared to its counterparts but often offers enough clarity for everyday business needs. Add text to JPG using Good Annotations or draw on PDF with the toolbox's array of tools. JPG is also known under the format

2. PNG Image Support

PNG is a raster graphic format that stands for Portable Network Graphics. PNG is a format known for high quality, lossless compression, and impeccable editing features. Professionals prefer PNG because of its flexibility when it comes to background manipulation and color adjustments. Your company logo, product icons, and critical screenshots look better in PNG format. If you ever need to edit your image, log in to your account, draw on PNG, add text to PNG, or expand your message with annotation tools.

3. SVG and vector graphic support

SVG is a format for scalable graphics. Unlike JPG and PNG, this format helps you deliver the exact design in different shapes, sizes, and platforms. SVG is widely used for animations, property models, and building designs. World Wide Web developed SVG as an open standard for vector graphics. Today, you can write on SVG online by using the online photo editor. If text is not enough, upload your project, and draw on SVG with the image tools. Finally, share and convert your SVG with Good Annotations.

Discover the best online photo converter

Convert your picture to a target format within seconds. The conversion happens during the download process. You don’t have to wait for buffer screens to finish loading and bulky image converters to find their way. Your file is ready as soon as you hit download.

Free online screenshot converter

Upload your picture to your new account, and convert it to PDF, JPG, SVG, and PNG format. You can now access your project page and transform your screenshots to target formats anytime and from any place. The service is totally free and completely online.

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Compress Images online and reduce the file size

Compress your pictures with the online compressor. Reduce the file size and discover the full potential. Effortless editor tools will help you strike the exact file size you need to share your designs online. Compressed images come with reduced quality, which might matter on larger screens and demanding campaigns.

However, if you’re compressing images that don’t require photographic details, quick online tools will do the trick. Upload your picture, let us bear the cost of hosting it in its full size, and enjoy reduced file size in peak quality.

The best way to Share Photos Online

Share your photos with quick and easy tools. Here’s how you can use the sharing tools on Good Annotations and discover all the online editor's perks.

1. Share photo with a view-only link

Get all the benefits of hosting a photo without the actual responsibility of keeping it on the drive. Send your image with a unique link that can be accessed from any computer with internet access. The view-only permission will guarantee your image won’t be tampered with. Link sharing is the quickest way to warn developers of front end issues on digital products and platforms. Your clients can enjoy instant communication with your annotated images. And nobody has to worry about downloading a file to their computer.

2. How to share photos directly to Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

Share your image in any post and social media communication. You can easily build memes and markup screenshots with Good Annotations. The social sharing buttons are located in the photo editor and can save you time and trouble sharing files on social media. Unlock social sharing with a single click on the preferred platform's icon.

3. Download edited pictures and use other file sharing platforms.

You can download files from the editor at any time. Draw, write, and markup your picture before you save it on your device. Once the file is on your disk, you can share it the old school way.

4. Enjoy Unlimited Image Shares for free

Share as many images as you need and want. We discourage users from eliciting and sharing spam messages, but if you ever need to spread your designs across the internet, we’re here to help. Blast your image an unlimited number of times with the photo editor.

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The Easiest Photo Editor & Tools on the internet

Avoid headaches that come with expensive computer software. Good Annotations bring a smooth experience, simple design, and the ability to do much more with your pictures.

Discover the best online editor and tools. Many business professionals, designs, young entrepreneurs, and students worldwide are starting to embrace the easy and frictionless way of annotating their images.

Good Annotations is an effortless editor for daily use.

Professionals and business owners exchange and edit millions of files and images every day, and the need for online editors is evergrowing. If you don’t have a profile yet, create one right now. You don’t need anything more than an email address to start.

If we’re missing something with the online photo editor, send us an email or schedule a call with the developers.

Let us know how we deliver more value to you.

FAQ's

Can I upload an image I already have?

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If you have a photo, image or screenshot sitting on your computer you can upload it to Good Annotations through our editor. Its super easy and takes seconds to do.

Once you have uploaded your image you can use any of our online tools to edit or add elements to the image.

Do I need to install anything?

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We've worked hard to make our tools & features all online and based within your browser. This means you do not need to install any applications on your laptop or computer.

We thought you might like this as it means we didnt build yet another app you have to install, you can just come back to us when you need us.

We did build a Chrome extension that you can install if you like. It lets you take screenshots in one click.

Is Good Annotations free to use?

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Good Annotations is currently a completely free and online tool. We dont ask for your credit card details or your email address to use our tool!

This may change in the future but don't worry as there will always be a free version of Good Annotations, payments will only be required if you are seeking to use a premium feature we haven't built yet (for example a team account).

If you have any features you think are missing in Good Annotations, feel free to reach out!

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