A. First of all you need to download and install an image editing program. Most editing tools can be found here at Pixabay.
Next, place the picture you are editing on the image editor, then right click on and select “copy” to save it to the appropriate folder(s) for you.
Q. I can only edit images that are already on Pixabay, how do I edit pictures I downloaded from a website?
A. We have a small process that allows you to edit image files that you downloaded on a website. To do this, first ensure that you downloaded your picture from Pixabay.
In the left pane of your website, click “Edit” on the top toolbar to ensure you aren’t editing an image you have already uploaded to Pixabay.
Now navigate your browser and download and install “GIMP – Image Manipulation Program”. Once finished.
Finally, right click on it on the GIMP window and select “Options”.
Now, right click on your site (if it doesn’t, you have a site hosted by Google, change the name and click on “Save and Continue”.
You may need to install a new domain or download and install a new program.
Q. How do I find out if my photo was uploaded to an image editing site/library?
A. The most direct way is to check the “Upload photo” button under your pictures to see if it was uploaded on these sites.
If on the left hand column, it looks like this:
If on the top left of the window, it looks like this:
Q. Ok, but what if I just want my picture to look a little more like what it is?
A. There are several ways to manipulate the image before it gets on to the internet.
Firstly, you can use the Adobe Photoshop tools, such as the paint tool or the eyedropper.
Secondly – if you like to go a little more artistic or you want the picture to be very detailed, use the layers tools with the brush tool.
Thirdly, you can also use the gimbal.
Here is a simple gimbal – it uses an infrared beam to create the image, then uses a laser to create the picture.
Q. The photo I’m editing looks better in black and white, how do I get it to look like the