How to Edit Your Reference Photos in PicMonkey Part I

PicMonkey is a great photo-editing website that you can use to manipulate your reference photos before you print them out to draw. You can adjust color, light, crop, and add a blurry background. Most of the features are free, but some are not. If you need an easy and quick way to edit your reference photos, I highly recommend PicMonkey. Just be aware that it only works on desktop or laptop computers. They have an app for phones and tablets, but it’s limited. I use the desktop version. Enjoy the video!

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Author: Cecilia Kinzie

I'm a California gal who enjoys the sunshine and the ocean. I love my small rescue dogs and colored pencils. I'm a free spirit with a practical side and a big heart. You will find me sharing the joy of colored pencils in Southern California, Facebook, and beyond!

2 thoughts on “How to Edit Your Reference Photos in PicMonkey Part I”

  1. Thanks for the picmonkey tutorial.. I had looked at picmonkey a while back but soon got lost in all the info and the ins and outs.

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