How to Make Funny Pictures & Add Photo Frames Online

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How to Make Funny Pictures & Add Photo Frames Online
Digital photography makes it easy to edit photographs. (Fall Picture image by KateC from Fotolia.com)

It is easier than ever to edit and decorate photographs. Digital cameras and cameras built into computers or phones allow pictures to be taken and uploaded on the go and instantly shared with the world. Many websites and social networking sites offer free or cheap options for making fun photos that will ensure laughs for years to come. Adding a frame to a picture is also a great way to preserve memories and add a unique touch.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Computer
  • Photographs
  • Internet access

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Use a social networking website such as MySpace or Facebook to decorate a photograph. Crop or add text and graphics to a picture. Some applications can create photo collages that can be directly uploaded to the profile page.

  2. 2

    Upload and edit photographs using free services such as Picnik or FotoFlexer. Import pictures from Flickr, Photobucket or other social networking sites.

    Free photo editing services provide tools to add borders or frames to any photograph. These websites also come with options to order or print copies of the pictures.

  3. 3

    Take a photograph with a web camera. Most web cameras come with programs to add or change colours, add graphics or backgrounds, and create a frame or border. Web cameras can upload photographs directly to websites and additional features or decorations can be downloaded and installed to the web camera program.

    Web camera programs, such as those on Apple computers, provide humorous backdrops and graphics to add fun to any photograph.

Tips and warnings

  • - Use photographs that are high resolution. This will ensure that the picture quality is clear and crisp.
  • - Make sure frames and borders do not obstruct faces or important aspects of a picture.

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