Edit an Image

The Image Editor provides users with basic image editing functions like cropping, resizing, and changing the orientation. In addition to the basic functions, however, it also provides effects (filters), frames, text, and more. The editor functions very similarly to popular app-based image editors, making the learning curve almost non-existant.

Step 1: Access My Coursework

1. Click on the Main Menu icon.

2. Select Work.

3. Select My Coursework.

Step 2: Access the Portfolio

Access the appropriate portfolio from the My Portfolios table.

4. Click anywhere on the portfolio's row in the table to reveal its options. Select Edit Portfolio.

Step 3: Access the Image

5. Locate and select the appropriate Portfolio Page. The page will slide onto your screen from the right.

6. Locate the appropriate image on the portfolio page and click on its Tools icon.

7. Select Edit.

Step 4: Edit the Image

The image editor will appear on your screen.

8. Review the various image editing options along the top of the screen.

What are the editing options?

Most of the following editing options are categories with further selections within, typically things like Effects (filters) and Frames where you are altering the appearance of the image. Other options, such as Crop and Resize, are actual adjustments to the image structure.

  • Enhance: Choose between pre-made image adjustments based on what the image is displaying (scenery, night image, food, etc.)
  • Effects: Effects are essentially filters that you can apply to your image to change its appearance. Choose between "Signature" and "Classic" collections of Effects.
  • Frames: Add a frame to the border of your image. Choose between "Original" and "Bohemia" collections of Frames.
  • Overlays: Add overlayed translucent shapes to your images. Choose between "Original" and "Boom" collections of Overlays.
  • Stickers: Add stickers to your image. Choose between "Original" and "Signature" collections of Stickers.
  • Orientation: Adjust the orientation of your image. Rotate the image or flip it horizontally or vertically.
  • Crop: Crop the image to remove any unwanted area of the image.
  • Resize: Resize the image to make it appear smaller on your screen.
  • Lighting: Adjust the brightness, contrast, highlights, and shadows of your image.
  • Color: Adjust the saturation, warmth, tint, and fade of your image.
  • Sharpness: Increase or decrease the sharpness of your image.
  • Focus: Adjust the focus of the image. This option allows you to create a "tilt shift" effect.
  • Vignette: Add a dark or light vignette around the image to highlight the middle.
  • Blemish: Remove blemishes from portrait images.
  • Whiten: Create whiter whites for portrait images. This option is useful for teeth or eyes.
  • Redeye: Remove redeye from portrait images.
  • Draw: Draw on top of the image to create a custom look.
  • Splash: Adjust which areas of the image appear in black and white vs. color.
  • Text: Add custom text to the image.
  • Meme: Add text to the top or bottom of the image in the traditional "meme" style.

9. Use the > arrow to find more editing options.

10. Once you are happy with the image, click Save.

11. Click on the X icon to exit the editor.