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Free ways to resize your image

Posted by brainfoldb4u on January 20, 2010

Free ways to cut and resize your image:

When we shop for digital cams, we mostly go for the one with high mega pixels to get good high quality images but when it comes to sharing not many web sites lets us to share the image with same size as original.  For non technical users who have almost no graphics knowledge the question like  How do i resize my image? How do i make image smaller? and how do i crop this pics for an avatar? needed some ways to be shown. Below are few free tools that i found online can be of worth notice.

Resize Image online:

Resize your is a simple image resizing tool available online. Follow the simple three steps to cut and resize your image without downloading any files.

  • Upload your image
  • Use the button and arrow to set size
  • Resize and donload your image

Shrink Pictures

Shrink Pictures tools that are no more difficult than posting in a Forum and now anyone can Resize Images and Digital Pictures. This link also has an dedicated section for resizing an Avatar which is very commonly used in social networking sites and online forums.

To resize your images it is as simple as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5!

  1. Browse your computer and select your image/photo to resize
  2. Select the new size for your picture – use a preset or choose a custom size
  3. Optionally, add an effect to your image
  4. Select output image/picture quality Lower quality means a smaller file
  5. Click “Resize” and wait for the processed images to be displayed


Resize 2 mail is another online resize website utility developed for digital camera owners, webmasters, people travelling or anybody who quickly wants to resize a digital image for email or publishing on a web site. It needs the same three steps as above..


Pixenate makes photo-centric websites more useful by embedding simple photo-editing directly in your website. Pixenate increases repeat visits to your website and makes photo-centric websites stickier. Your users may already use your website for uploading, storing, sharing or printing photos. Adding Pixenate to your website allows your users to edit those photos too. Whether it’s social networking, photo merchandising or online classifieds, people want to show their photos in the best possible light. Pixenate helps non-experts get the most out of their photos by providing powerful but simple-to-use photo-editing tools. Pixenate is particularly well suited for photo-merchandising websites and offers powerful tools for cropping and overlaying photos on to product templates such as cards, calendars and mugs.

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The fastest way to resize your pictures and images. Choose an image file, select some resize options, and hit Resize it. Your image will be uploaded to the server, resized and then your resized image(s) will be provided in a single convenient view. The power comes from the simultaneous generation of different sizes and the ability to enlarge your images too. With your final picture be sure to check out Whats Its Color, a fun little online application


rsizr is a Flash application that lets you resize JPG, PNG, and GIF images on your computer. With rsizr, in addition to normal image rescaling and cropping, you can also resize images using a new image resizing algorithm called seam carving (a method of image retargeting) that tries to keep intact areas in your image that are richer in detail.


Another useful online app for resizing your image from Japan.

cutmypicHope you enjoyed this collection. There are many other online editing tools available but i find these tools easy and quick. They are not listed in any particular order. IF you got any other online tool that serves the purpose, feel free to share it with me..

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