Blogging on an almost daily basis over the last few years has meant that I am forever taking pictures that either need editing before adding to a blog post, or adding to a collage to show a selection of images without overloading the post with images that outweigh any of the written information.
I have used a variety of photo and image editing programs during this time, and have recently been introduced to a new photo
The editor has a wide variety of filters for making images to appear as cartoons, sketches and plenty more. Sometimes you just don’t know what you want to do with an image or how you want it to look until you see it on screen, and that is what I love about Befunky. I can try a variety of different options before finding the one that is right for me.
There are plenty of options to be able to remove blemishes, touch up photos, adding makeup etc for those less flattering photos that are sometimes taken.
In addition to image editing tools, BeFunky has just released a Designer Toolkit this week! In it, I spotted templates for social media headers, infographics, and other blogging essentials. The program has the correct social media sizes as templates without having to search the web for them. As a blogger this is really important to me, and I was so pleased to be able to save time by having the templates there for me to add my own images and text to.
If you want to create an infographic, the templates are there for you and you can play around with the text, fonts, images and icons you may want to create your infographic. What I quite liked as well was that you can import your photos from Facebook if you want to to save uploading them to the site. This is quite handy as using social media a lot, photos are often uploaded to Facebook before being added into a blog post at a later date.
After using the site and the features for a while, I can see how Befunky would work well for me as a blogger, and I can see me using the site over my usual preference to edit my images and create collages.