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Here's Why You Don't Need Photoshop Online

Topics: Social Media, Marketing, Design

Skip learning photoshop. Start finishing projects.

Why learn how to use photoshop when you can find an easy, free online Photoshop alternative?

Using photos is among the most powerful things you can do to design engaging content. But the suite of tools for everyday design needs in Photoshop is muddled by the detailed capabilities to edit the nuances of photography itself. 

Here's a list of the 3 best online Photoshop alternatives for easily designing marketing content:

Note: If you're addicted to Photoshop, skip to the bottom to try photoshop express. However, I believe that you can find a better, easier-to-use alternative to Photoshop online.

1. Canva


Canva is the closest thing you'll find to a full capability Photoshop substitute inside of your web browser, with the added bonus of being easy to use and including easy templates for the most common of design needs, like flyers, social media photos, presentations, and more. Everything is made easy with drap-and-drop simplicity.

2. Piktochart


Piktochart is specifically made for you to craft infographics with hundreds of full themes and a library of graphics and photos that you can put in your designs for free. You can also upload your own to fully customize your project.

3. Inkscape


Inkscape is a free, professional vector graphics editor. It'll give you the capability to draw with vectors like you can in Adobe Illustrator. It's a good tool for creating logos, illustrations, and more in SVG format. This will let you scale up the size of your creations without losing quality. 

Extra: Photoshop Express


Just in case you really think you need Photoshop interface to create your next project, check out Photoshop Express. There're no templates or built in asset libraries here, but you'll have some good quality tools for quick fixes and most projects. 


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Note: All of the photos in this post came from the curated collections of free, stock photos from Fresh.

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