General Help

Share a photo
How to share a photo: Open and edit your photo just like you normally would. When you're done you can either save right away, or hold off saving until after you share. (No pressure.) ...
Resize a collage
To change the overall dimensions of your collage: Drag an outer edge. Hover your mouse over any of the outer edges of the collage and you’ll see a thin blue bar. Drag the bar left or righ...
How to add text to pictures
To create text: Open your image in the Editor. Click the Text tab. Click the Add Text button on the top of the panel and a text box will appear over your photo. Click in the text box a...
Combine photos using the Eraser tool
The overlay eraser tool lets you erase parts of an image so it blends with another image exactly the way you want it to. This tool is useful when combining two photos or when combining ...
Add a watermark to photos
In two shakes of a monkey's tail, you can add your own watermark, logo, or overlay to your photo or collage. Here’s how: 1. Open a photo in the PicMonkey Editor. 2. Click the Overlays...
Standard photo print sizes
Trying to convert those ethereal pixels into cold, hard, printable inches? Look no further. Here are the conversions we recommend for the following common photo sizes. Click each to open a ...
Use PicMonkey API with your site
PicMonkey's online photo editor API allows you to add best-of-breed photo editing tools to your website without lifting a finger. (You can type a few lines of code with your toes, right?) Y...
Make a photo black and white
Our Black and White effect is so much more versatile than its name implies. You can make your photo black and white then add color back in select parts of the photo. Open your original i...
Photo editing tips and keyboard tricks
Here at PicMonkey, helping you edit photos is our life's purpose. Included below are some editing tips and tricks that will POW! kick your photos up a notch.  1. Changing the dimensions of...
How to use Clone
Clone is a great tool for covering or replacing unwanted parts of a photo with other parts of the photo:  1. When you're in Clone, you first click on part of the photo you'd like to duplic...
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