Pos Free Photo Editor promises to take the complex work of improving digital photo quality and distilling it into something everyone can do. While this product does a great job of breaking the process down to its elements, more experienced photo editors will probably want more than what it has to offer.
This free program has a vibrant interface that invites new users to experiment and learn. With large, colorful buttons along the top and left side of the photo, users will have an easy time learning each of their functions. The upper row of icons offers opportunities to alter the color of the photo quickly and easily. Commands here range from photo negatives and grayscale, to adjusting hues, sharpness, RGB color, and more. Many of these buttons open up new windows that allow users to manually adjust the effect to their liking. Along the left-hand side are more traditional alteration tools like cutting, pasting, and cropping. In addition, there is an Effects drop-down menu along the very top row, next to the File and View options. This allows users to instantly do things like cut their picture into the shape of a heart and other add-ons.
Pos Free Photo Editor was one of the simplest photo-editing programs we've ever tested. The commands and functions are clearly marked and the options are not too complex for new users. More experienced photo editors will want more creative features, but this is a great program for beginners.