Using Google+ Creative Kit

I love to use Google+ Creative Kit.

But it is not as fun as Picnik.

I can use Google+ Creative Kit to edit pictures of cats or other furred animals.

It will be like this:


I also edited pictures of buildings as shown below:

See the difference ❓

I can also edit photos:


…And edited.

There are lots more that  can be done using Google+ Creative Kit, like in the picture below:

And after 🙂

We can be even more creative by using Picnik.

But now since Picnik is closed, the only e-photo editor that I know is, Google+ Creative Kit.

Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

4 thoughts on “Using Google+ Creative Kit”

  1. I don’t know what’s wrong since 3 days ago I’ve failed to submit this comment to your blog article (Using Google+ Creative Kit). Maybe it’s because website link or something else. It’s weird and this is the seventh times I did sent you same post. 😦 I hope it’ll work this time…

    Dear Ahmad Ali, I’m sorry as I don’t have preferred Photoshop tutorial website. However you can try learning from this website which has a massive compilation of 350 Photoshop tutorials (beginner-expert) with step-by-step instruction.


    Frankly I have to say that so many of the techniques from that website which I did not know yet. Happy learning and have fun! 😀

    Note: please change the character # to the letter / and the symbol + change to the symbol dots (.)


  2. I think you should learn how to use Adobe Photoshop because it has complete tools to edit and modified picture. It’s fun when you mastered a few simple steps such as using ‘magic wand’, ‘marquee’ and ‘magnetic lasso’ to crop freeform selections and change the background image (superimpose picture). There’s a hundred Photoshop tutorial website can teach you step-by-step but I think better you take a Photoshop class to understanding more with live presentation from the expert. The fee is a bit expensive at around RM200-RM300 for 2 or 3 session but it worth it! Good lucks! 🙂


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