If you have tons of photos and are looking for a way to work with them and edit your images, there are a number of good online services. Since the annoyance of uploading images, editing them, and downloading them again is pretty high, TechCrunch takes time to point out some that have sufficient value to justify the extra legwork.
Most of these online services also offer editing tools that go beyond simple rotation, resizing and cropping and start to creep into Photoshop territory. Here’s a few of the better ones, along with our most recent testing notes:
Highlighted are Fauxto, Picnik, Picture2Life, Preloadr (by the way, what the hell is up with the Web 2.0 hang-up on dropping the ‘e’ from site names?), PXN8, and Snipshot.
[tags]TechCrunch’s profile of online photo editing sites[/tags]