One of the great features of digital photography is the ability to correct and alter your images before you print them out.
You can, of course, use a program on your computer to achieve this. Professionals mostly use Adobe Photoshop. However, the program is very expensive and requires a steep learning curve to take advantage of all of its features. Adobe therefore introduced Photoshop Elements, which is currently in version 6, to meet the needs of amateurs. It is a much friendlier program to use, costs a lot less and has many of the features of its more expensive sibling.
Now Adobe have introduced Photoshop Express - a picture editor which has most of the features of the Elements version but works online. For the moment use of the program is free and as a bonus you are given 2gbs of storage for your completed pictures.
You can give it a trial by going to:- https://www.photoshop.com/express/landing.html