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EASY!
Introduction:

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Introduction:

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Introduction:

that runs right in


whatever
you
prefer.

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Introduction:

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Introduction:

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Introduction:

Go to your browsers
address bar.

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Introduction:

Type in picmonkey.com in
your address bar.

picmonkey.com

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How to Open a Photo:

Welcome to PicMonkey Homepage.

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How to Open a Photo:

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How to Open a Photo:

You can open a photo in the


PicMonkey Editor three ways:

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How to Open a Photo:

1. Open an image with


drag and drop.

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How to Open a Photo:

2. Open an image using


the Edit button.

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How to Open a Photo:

3. Open a picture from the


Editor.

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How to Open a Photo:

Lets open a photo from


the Editor.

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How to Open a Photo:

Click Edit a Photo to open


the Editor.

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How to Open a Photo:

This is the PicMonkey Editor


screen.

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How to Open a Photo:

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How to Open a Photo:

Click the Open button on the


far left of the top toolbar.

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How to Open a Photo:

Youll have the option of opening


from your computer,

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How to Open a Photo:

Hub, Templates, Facebook,


OneDrive, Dropbox, or Flickr.

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How to Open a Photo:

Now, access your file.

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How to Open a Photo:

Then, click Open.

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How to Open a Photo:

Your photo is uploaded and now


ready for editing.

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Get to Know the Editor:

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Get to Know the Editor:

The PicMonkey editor:

The three areas where youll find most of your controls in the PicMonkey editor:

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Get to Know the Editor:

The top toolbar:

The top toolbar is about getting your images in and out of the Editor and it also
allows you to manage some of your account settings.

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Get to Know the Editor:

Allows you to Open a new


photo from several storage
options;

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Get to Know the Editor:

Save a photo to your computer,


OneDrive, or Dropbox; and
Share a photo to Facebook,
Twitter, Pinterest, Flickr, Tumblr,
or via Email.
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Get to Know the Editor:

The editing panel:

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Get to Know the Editor:

The editing panel is


where you can access
all of PicMonkeys
editing features,
including tools and
effects.

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Get to Know the Editor:

The bottom toolbar:

The bottom toolbar is there to help you fine-tune the effects and features you have
applied.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Auto
adjust

Click the Auto


adjust button at
the top of the
Basic Edits panel,

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Auto
adjust

to have PicMonkey
automatically
adjust your images
exposure, color, and
clarity.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Crop
To crop a photo, click
Crop.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Crop
Click and drag the crop
area

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Crop
to reposition it.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Crop
To lock in your crop,
click Apply.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Canvas
Color

Canvas Color
allows you to
change the color
of your
background when
you are creating a
design.
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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate In the Rotate tool, you


can:

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate Rotate your photo 90


degrees to the left

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate by clicking the Rotate


left button.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate Rotate your photo 90


degrees to the right

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate by clicking the Rotate


right button.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate Flip your photo


horizontally...

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate by clicking the


Horizontal flip button.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate Flip your photo


vertically...

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate by clicking the


Vertical flip button.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Rotate To lock in your changes,


click Apply.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Exposure Exposure is how light or


dark an image appears.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Exposure

You can select


Auto adjust in the
exposure tool,

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Exposure

and PicMonkey will


automatically adjust
your photos
brightness,
highlights, shadows,
and contrast.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Exposure

To save your
changes, click
Apply.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors Helps you control how the


colors appear in your image.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors

The Neutral
Picker removes
unnatural color
casts from your
image.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors

The Saturation
and Temperature
sliders control the
intensity of the
colors in your
image,

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors

and the warmth or


coolness of the
colors,
respectively.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors

and have
PicMonkey
automatically
adjust the colors.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Colors

To lock in your
changes, click
Apply.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Sharpen The Sharpen tool helps


you show off more
details in your image.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Sharpen

Adjust the
Sharpness and
Clarity sliders
until your image
is as sharp as you
want it to be.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Sharpen

You can also use


Unsharp Mask to
apply sharpness
to a certain area
of your photo.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Sharpen

To lock in your
changes, click
Apply.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Resize To change the size of your


image,

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Resize

enter the new


pixel dimensions
into the text
boxes.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Resize

Keep proportions
box will keep the
aspect ratio of
your canvas the
same,

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Resize

to ensure that
your image wont
become
stretched out.

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How to Use Basic Edits:

Resize

To lock in your
changes, click
Apply.

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How to Touch Up Photos:

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How to Touch Up Photos:

Click the Touch Up tab on the


far left.

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How to Touch Up Photos:

features
are perfect for
subtle fixes with
Wrinkle
Remover,

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How to Touch Up Photos:

Fix yellow teeth


and apply lip
color with Teeth
Whiten and Lip
Tint.

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How to Touch Up Photos:

Make eyes
twinkly or sultry
with our Eyes
group.

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How to Touch Up Photos:

Find Clone,
Weight Loss,
Highlights, and
more in The Rest
at the bottom.

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Design:

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Design:

Add Text:

Click the Text


tab (The "Tt"
icon on the far
left).

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Design:

Add Text:

Click the Add


Text button at
the top of the
panel.

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Design:

Add Text:
Click inside the text box and
type your message.

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Design:

Modify Text:
To select the text you want
to modify,

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Design:

Modify Text:
highlight it, inside its text
box.

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Design:

Modify Text:
Click a font from the menu
in the panel.

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Design:

Modify Text:

To change the
color, use the color
picker in the Text
palette.

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Design:

Modify Text:

Move the Fade


slider to adjust the
opacity on the
entire block of
text.

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Design:

Modify Text:

Type the font size


you want into the
box next to the
Size slider

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Design:

Modify Text:

in the Text palette,


or choose a font
size from the drop
down menu.

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Design:

Modify Text:
Click outside the text box to
apply changes.

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Saving an Image:

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Saving an Image:

Click the Save button on the


top toolbar.

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Saving an Image:

The Save screen will appear.

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Saving an Image:

Give your image file a new


name.

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Saving an Image:

Choose your file type between


.png and .jpg.

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Saving an Image:

Specify quality level, choose


the one that best suits your
needs.

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Saving an Image:

Change your image dimensions.

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Saving an Image:

Click the Save to my


computer button.

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Saving an Image:

Click Cancel to continue


editing.

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Share an Image:

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Share an Image:

You can share an image to


social media.

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Share an Image:

Click the Share button.

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Share an Image:

The Share panel will appear.

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Share an Image:

You can share


your image to
Facebook, Twitter,
Pinterest, Flickr,
Tumblr, or
through Email.

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Share an Image:

You can include a message in


the box that says Say
something.

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Share an Image:

Lets share this image to your


Email.

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Share an Image:

Fill in all
required field.

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Share an Image:

When youre ready to share


your image, click the Do it!
button.

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Printing Basics:

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Printing Basics:

First, Save your image to your


computer.

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Printing Basics:

Locate your new image file on


your computer,

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Printing Basics:

Then click File, Print.

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See you on my next tutorial.

Edison S. Villareal
Your Extraordinary Virtual Professional

edisonvillareal1078@gmail.com

@edisonvillareal