PicMonkey Help and Support

Photo Editing
  • You can open a photo in the PicMonkey Editor three ways: by dragging and dropping onto the homepage, by using the Edit button atop the the homepage, or by clicking Open in the top toolba...
  • The three areas where you’ll find most of your controls in the PicMonkey editor: the top toolbar, the editing panel, and the bottom toolbar. Let’s tour each of them and learn how they wo...
  • The first tab in the PicMonkey Editor is Basic Edits. These are useful tools for getting started, whether you’re editing a photo or making a design. This article will explain what each t...
  • This article will cover resizing an image for printing, and resizing a canvas. First, let's talk about the difference between cropping and resizing. Cropping changes the framing of...
  • PicMonkey has many different types of photo effects, and there are different ways to apply each type of effect. This article will take you through a few common effect application methods...
  • The PicMonkey Editor has an Advanced effect group that can dramatically change the look of your picture, but requires slightly more knowledge to use. The Advanced effect group is at the ...
  • PicMonkey allows you to put different types of frames around your photos, such as geometric shapes, drop shadow frames, and museum-quality frames. Add a frame to your image To add a f...
  • PicMonkey allows you to add and layer textures onto your photos. You can change a photo’s look in both dramatic and subtle ways, depending on the textures and settings you choose. ...
  • There are a few different ways to change the colors of your graphics, text, canvas, collage background, and more in PicMonkey. You can use your color’s hex code, choose from the color op...
  • You’ll find the Themes tab on the far left-hand side, in the Editor. It’s second from the bottom, and its icon changes seasonally.  PicMonkey themes organize effects, graphics, frames...
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