Using an Online Photo Editor 

PhotoJet is an online Photo Editor which allows you to edit your photos straight from the browser window. No installation necessary!

As a blogger, edition photos is a part-time job. It goes with the gig, and finding a photo editor that works for you and is also free to use – can be a bit of a jungle. Personally, I have used Canva and PicMonkey and now I had the chance to review a new photo editor on the market called PhotoJet.

For this review, I decided to use a function called “Splash of Colour” because it’s one of the features I really liked best with this editor. Canva, which I would normally use, has this feature as well, but I’m happy to say I got along with PhotJet’s version far better.

Disclosure: During this review, PhotoJet will be compared to Canva, as that is the editor I would normally use and it made the most sense to compare it to something familiar. All edits on photos made for this post was made in PhotoJet. I have been gifted a free Premium Account with PhotoJet for the purpose of this review, but all thoughts and opinions are – as always – honest and my own. 

PhotoJet Pinterest

What Does PhotoJet Let You Do?

When you open the website you are met with 3 options:

  • Edit Your Photo
  • Create a Design
  • Make a Collage

Edit Photo is very much exactly what it says on the box. You upload your photo(s) and play around with editing said photo. In this review, I used the “Color Splash” option.

PhotoJetSidebarThe PhotoJet Sidebar with all your ‘Edit Photo’ options.

Colour SplashUsing the colour splash option.

Before and After using the colour splash option.

Create a Design is also very much in the name. There are several finished templates to work with such as:

PhotoJet’s ‘Create a Design’ templates. You can also create your “Custom Size” – though some are only available for PhotoJet Plus – the paid feature.

Make a Collage lets you create ‘side by side’ images. How many images varies depending on what layout you choose and there are plenty of different Grids to choose from:

Create a Collage

Create a Collage

PhotoJetReviewI used a normal side to side grid. I was able to choose ‘Spacing’, roundness as well as text and background. Different Clipart is also available.

It was very simple to upload images (right-hand side). You are also able to change the size of the grids by simply dragging the borders back/forth or up/down.  :)

End Result:

PhotoJet PinterestPin Me!

As an end result I took the edited photo and made use of the ‘Pinterest Graphic’ design.
Please feel free to PIN the graphic if you found this review helpful!

Last Thoughts:


– Free to use
– Simple to use
– Offers a fair amount of design choices


-Text option was not always working properly
– Unable to use ‘custom size’ unless you have PRO version ($ 4.99USD per/month)


Therese has completed the ‘Advanced Child Car Seat Training Course’ at TRL (Transport Research Lab) and is a CPD accredited car seat expert. She blogs about in-car safety, car seats, tips, reviews, give-aways and advice. She’s a mum on a mission to change the law and raise awareness. She is also a breast feeding advocate and gentle parenting promoter who loves cloth nappies, baby-wearing, BLW and co-sleeping/bed-sharing.

Read the full original post here authored by Therese Gilbert. You can visit her blog here.

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