Every day there are millions of images uploaded on various social media platforms and websites like Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. Among these images, it is important to make your stand out and be unique from the unique. Even though it is not that unique you can add some crisp to the image to gain the like/love from the users. Not every post on social media can be given an equal amount of time and innovation to edit. Even for a quick post, you still need some minimal touchup to the image. To edit an image, you need to help of several professional tools like Photoshop, Lightroom, Luminar, Coreldraw, GIMP, etc. Using these tools requires some basic knowledge and understanding of the tool, but without any knowledge, you can still come up with a professional studio quality edit for your image. For that, we provide you with the free Online Simple Image Editor tool. In the upcoming article, let’s see how to edit the image for free online.
Steps to Do Basic Edit in My Image Online for Free
 Go to https://compressmyimage.com/image-editor from your device browser.
 Click on Choose File and upload any image from your device.
Note: You can also upload the image using drag and drop into the Image editor.
 Edit your image based on various aspects under the Image Editing Options section.
 The Image Editing Options has the following sliders to adjust.
 Once the editing is done, click on DOWNLOAD IMAGE.
 That’s it, your edited image is downloaded instantly.
You can repeat this process any number of times you want absolutely for free.
Saturation defines the intensity or depth of color present in an image. It indicates the purity of color in an image. By default, we have the saturation level at 50% which does not make any changes to the image. If the saturation increased the depth of each color in the image increases and if decreased your image will turn black and white.
Here is an example to use Saturation
The contrast is similar to that of Saturation. The term contrast means difference or change in color and tone of the image. By default, we have the contrast level at 50% which does not make any changes to the image. If the contrast increases, the color in the image gets more intense and if decreased, the color in the image will be diminished.
Here is an example to use Contrast
Hue is defined as the attribute of visible light or color using which you can differentiate primary colors: red, green, and blue (RGB). By default, we have the Hue level at 0% which does not make any changes to the image. If the hue level increased, the dominating color on your image will change to a different color based on the Hue percentage.
Here is an example to use Hue
Invert is a process in which the color and tone available in an image are inverted. For example, a white image will be inverted to black and vice versa. By default, we have the invert level at 0%, which does not make any changes to the image. If you increase the Invert slider, each and every color available on the image is inverted to a respective invert color.
Here is an example to use Invert
The term Greyscale means an image that is composed exclusively of shades of gray, varying from black to white. It is also called Black and white (B/W). By default, we have the Greyscale level at 0% which does not make any changes to the image. If you increase the value, the overall image will be built with a grey, black, and white ratio.
Here is an example to use GrayScale
Brightness represents the light and exposure available on the image. By default, we have the Brightness level at 50% which does not make any changes to the image. If the brightness increases, the dark areas get lighter and light areas get lighter too. Also, if the brightness decreases, the light areas get darker and the dark areas get darker too.
Here is an example to use Brightness
The term Sepia refers to a monochrome image with a brown tone which gives a warmer and old look to the image. By default, we have the Sepia level at 0% which does not make any changes to the image. If the sepia value increases, it adds a warm and brown shade to the image. It suits best for black and white images to make it look better than just grey.
Here is an example to use Sepia
The blur slider helps to add blurriness to your image. There are different types of blur like Lens blue, box blur, Gaussian blur, Directional blur, rotational blur, surface blur, and more. We use Gaussian blur in our image editor tool. By default, we have the Blur level at 0% which does not make any changes to the image. If the level is increased, your image will be blurred completely based on the value of the pixels and neighboring pixels.
Here is an example to use Blur
Opacity is a value using which you can maintain the transparency of the image. By default, we have the Opacity level at 100% which does not make any changes to the image. If the opacity level decreases, your image will become transparent through which you can see the background of the image say black or white, or any color that is set on the background.
Here is an example to use Opacity
Hope this guide and our tool help you edit your image online for free, otherwise, you may play craps free online. With our tool, you can edit any image format using various aspects absolutely free of cost. If you have any queries let us know in the comments section below.