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Amazingly simple image editing and hosting with Wiredness

A mentor of mine once said, “The simple is beyond the complex.” What I would add to that is that something that has been simplified down to is core and essential components is a beautiful thing to behold. I feel that way about Wiredness, a new online image editor.

Man, this thing is so simple I was initially wondering where the rest of it was. And it works so well too!

The featureset of Wiredness will almost certainly grow over time. You just know that’s what will happen. But what’s there now is very nice. Follow the simple workflow with me (it really is this simple):

  1. Load a file locally or via a URL.
  2. Crop it, resize it, blur it, add text to it… whatever you want from the features presently available.
  3. Either save it back to your local machine or transfer it over to one of two online photo storage services (Glowfoto or ImageShack), or email it to someone (from within Wiredness).
  4. Wonder at the ease of it all.

What’s very impressive is that pretty much all these steps are one-click operations or near enough to that.

Finally, there’s Flickr integration. Very very nice.

So if you’re a newbie blogger looking to tweak an image in a simple way and you don’t have Photoshop, this might just do the trick for you. Certainly cropping, resizing, red-eye removal and other such tasks are so so easy to achieve, and fast!

Here’s a photo I created, via an in-built Flickr search for “waterfall australia”, with some added text and sepia effect, and hosting at Glowfoto (don’t know how long it will be there):

Now can someone explain the name to me? Makes no sense at all.

Hat tip:

design, gadgets/tools, productivity, work, photoshop clone, photoshop, wiredness, online image editor, image editor, photobucket, flickr, glowfoto


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  1. Posted 12 years, 2 months ago // Permalink

    So, I wasn’t sure if you were an A-Lister blogger named Cameron, or if you were Alister Cameron for a short while. Anyhow, nice blog design and thanks for the review of Wiredness, I’m going to check them out now!

    — Scot

  2. Posted 12 years, 1 month ago // Permalink

    There are a lot of online image editors these days.
    Techcrunch reviewed a whole lot of them over here:

    Personally, I like, which is superslick and full of Ajax-y-goodness 😉

    t @ dji

  3. Posted 12 years, 1 month ago // Permalink

    Thanks for sharing! I always find useful things on your site! PhotoShop is overwhelming – I love simple and easy!

  4. Posted 10 years, 9 months ago // Permalink

    i am using xtupload to host my images and i am quite happy this site is completely free moreover here is the list of its future :

    1)- Upload Unlimited Images
    2)- Share Images With Anyone, Anywhere
    3)- Get Gigabytes of Monthly Bandwidth
    4)- 0 Advertising
    5)- Your Images will be kept in our server for life time
    6)- Upload all your picture and keep them safe in our server
    7)- Reliable Hosting For Auctions & Websites
    8)- Create Image Portfolios
    9)- Create Image Slideshows
    10)- Create Auction Image Galleries
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