DrPic: Free Online Photo Editor

DrPic, formerly PicResize is a Free and very easy to use image editor. It began as a small college project and evolved into a full-fledged web application. If you’re looking for an alternative to offline image editors, this might just do the trick for you. No registration is needed and it’s free. You can start editing right away upon landing on their main page.

DrPic is packed with features that you can use to make simple photo enhancements/editing. I won’t elaborate much on the features because most of them are self explanatory. Instead, I’ll just provide the list of features along with the tool-tips found on each tool on DrPic.


  • Resize: This allows you to change the dimension of your pictures
  • Crop: Trim down unwanted portions of your image.
  • Rotate: Turn your picture around on its side or upside down.
  • Brightness/Contrast: Increase/decreas luminance of your picture.
  • AutoFix: Will adjust the brightness/contrast of your pictures according to DrPic’s standards
  • Brush: Draw lines
  • Text: Insert Text
  • Gaussian Blur: Allows you to create out of focus effects on your picture.
  • Sharpen: Adds focus to your picture
  • Raise: Allows you to add a translucent 3D outer bevel effect to your image.
  • Raised Frame: Add a 3D colored frame to your picture
  • Polaroid: apply a unique Polaroid effect to your picture
  • Oil Paint: apply an oil paint effect
  • Spread: Add noise to your picture
  • GrayScale: Eliminate color

The image editor also have an undo and redo feature which is a must have for image editors. There’s also a “revert to original” tool and a “selection/deselect” tool which works great with the other tools mentioned above. DrPic will allow you to save your images in BMP, JPG, GIF and PNG format in different sizes/quality.

If ever you are in need of an online picture editor for your photo enhancements, DrPic is a great web app to check out.

6 Comments on “DrPic: Free Online Photo Editor

  1. Now this is something I’ll want to share with my readers. Up to know, all I’ve ever been able to suggest is to get GIMP, which has a pretty stiff learning curve. I’ll be sure to give you a link back when I do.

  2. This seems to do all the basic things we all so often need to do with our images. This most certainly looks a lot easier than Photoshop. In Photoshop it takes me forever just to do the simplest of tasks. I have tried but I just cannot get the hang of Photoshop, it drives me nuts. I will definitely look into this one. Thanks for the info.

  3. Tried it.Looks good enough.May I suggest a standalone software,called Fotosizer.It’ freeware,and does most of the above things in batch mode.Size is also < 1 megabyte


  4. Wow there sure are a lot of these around. I already know of two (I’m pretty sure you were the one to tell me about both of them too) and now a third! Awesome. If one site goes down, I have two other options!

  5. @NanjoDogz: Thanks. Hehe. Just got the itch to change my avatar. 😉

    @Jodith: Pixlr.com is also a great image editor that you might want to check out.

    @Lyndi: I just hope that they have other sizes for the selection tool aside from square/rectangle. A circle shaped selection tool would be a useful addition. 🙂

    @Varun: Thanks for the tip on Fotosizer.It. I will definitely check it out. 🙂

    @Reggy: Well, it’s really up to you which one you’ll use. I’m just here to share alternatives that you might also find useful. Cheers! 😉

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