New Options on Scrapblog Site

Created: Thursday, March 27, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:23 am



Scrapblog is an awesome site that lets you create online digital scrapbooks — and it works so much like PowerPoint! They have added a slew of new improvements:

Photo Cropping: The new photo cropping options now allow you to crop to cookie cutter shapes like circles, rectangles, and stars. There’s also a freehand scissors tool that lets you cut edges any way you want. And an eraser option lets you erase areas of photos as required!

Photo Cropping on Scrapblog

Photo Editing: Scrapblog now provides one-click effects — these effects include 12 new built-in effects like black and white, sepia, antique, matte, vignette, a comic book effect, and even the ability to flip your photo. There are also advanced options that allow you to adjust the contrast, saturation, tint, or other fine grained settings.

Photo Editing on Scrapblog

New Themes: Scrapblog now also provides new themes, stickers, backgrounds and frames.

Stickers on Scrapblog

Categories: online_presentations, powerpoint

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  • Loved your pointers to Scrapblog –Very cool! Thanks.

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