3. February 2010 20:43
Sorry for the late update on this, but the premium editing features in the Picnik image editor (which Snapzilla uses) are available today for free for one day, ending tomorrow morning at 9 am. If you would like to try out what the premium features are like, this is a good time to do so. Details are available here:
As a reminder, here is an entry on how to use the editing features on Snapzilla:
16. November 2009 18:47
Did you know you can edit your Snapzilla shots? You have several options available. For those who want to enhance their images in a photo editing program like Photoshop, you can download your image using the Download Full Image link and then use Replace Image to upload the revised image, retaining all the original information about the image and replacing it with your edited image.
You can also use the Edit Original Image or Edit Copy of Image links to access the excellent Picnik editing tools right in your browser. You can crop, adjust brightness and contrast, enhance color, apply special effects and frames, and a lot more. Premium Picnik users have even more options. Once you have finished editing, the image is saved back to Snapzilla, either over the original, or as a copy with the same information as the original image.
Note: sometimes after editing your image, you may still see the original image in your browser. This is a caching issue that web browsers handle differently. The updated image will appear to other users. Refreshing your browser sometimes helps to update the image locally.