Photo Editing with FotoFuze

Having great photos is key in online selling. Most sellers will use natural light with a white background or a light box then process the photos in a photo editing software. I discovered FotoFuze when I was browsing through the Etsy Apps section and decided to give it a try. I have some photos I used with my homemade lightbox that I wanted to try editing them with this software.

Edited Photo: Even better with FotoFuze

You can sign up with FotoFuze using your Etsy account or through your email. A video will pop-up and I suggest you watch it so you can see the tips on how to use the system.

I tried FotoFuze with one of my processed photo to see how it performed. I must say I was pretty amazed at how easy FotoFuze was to use and I liked the results. You just need to use this highlighting tool and highlight the main object as well as the shadow then you can click on the Finish button and  you’re done.

Highlight the Main Object and the Shadow

You need to upload the photos into the site. You don’t have to wait too long however if you want to upload really fast you can resize the photo to  a smaller resolution before uploading them.

Unedited Photo: Brighter White Background

Unedited Photo: Looks Professionally Edited

Overall, I would say that FotoFuze is a great and easy to use tool. It’s easy to sign up and it’s free. You can donate to the developers through the site via Jungl. Half of your donation goes to the charity of your choice. I highly recommend FotoFuze.

FotoFuze

9 thoughts on “Photo Editing with FotoFuze

  1. Victoria

    Neat program! Thanks for sharing, I will definitely check this out! I usually use Photoshop to edit my photos, but it’s always good to have another tool in your box as my PS skills are not excellent. 🙂

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  2. snowfern

    Wow Katrina, that’s pretty darn awesome! I’ll check it out ASAP, i use mostly Picnik for rough edits, but this seems to be a better software! Thanks much for sharing! ^ ^

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  3. Marie @etincellestudio

    Thanks for sharing! where did you hear about it? I have never ever heard that name… perhaps a completely new tool? I am also using Picnik as I don’t have Photoshop on this laptop and it would take too much hassle to transfer pix from one laptop to another (the old one).
    Anyway, I will check it out and let you know!
    x

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    1. Katrina Alana Post author

      Saw it when I was browsing through the Etsy Apps section looking for a plugin that displays items from the our Etsy shop. I never heard of the tool either but when I checked out their site, I was intrigued by what they claimed and decided to test it out. Loved the result so I decided to share it with everyone.

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