Shutterstock has today announced that the started rolling a new online image editor that has been designed to help users have a more streamlined editing option using Shutterstock online social media streams or websites.
The new Shutterstock online editor is now available in a beta development stage release and lets you perform some simple image editing on images including resizing, cropping as well as applying filters using a number of presets.
Bloggers will be particularly interested in using the new editing suite as a ready provides templates for the perfect size images to upload to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest as well as letting you save any custom sizes you may require for your website.
Shutterstock has also include 10 filters that you can apply to images to give them a more individual and customised appearance, but unfortunately at the moment there is no way to tweak the filters settings they are either applied or not. But in the future you can expect Shutterstock to add more features to the online editing suite when it rolls out of its beta development stage.
Shutterstock has also recently made available a new Chrome extension that allows you to customise your Google Chrome operating system.