Snipshot is a great and easy way for anyone to edit photos online. In just a few clicks you’ll have your photo uploaded and ready to go. In fact, if you photo is already online then you just need to provide the URL to the image in order to edit it.

It isn’t nearly as extensive as desktop photo editing software is but it offers many things that make it nice to use. My favorite feature is probably the Enhance option which appears to be a one-click way to adjust the levels in the picture to make them look the best. The Adjust screen is always available for those who want to do some manual fine tuning of the brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue.

One thing that is incredibly useful is the ability to save your image as a variety of file formats. You can save it directly to your Flickr account or as a GIF, JPG, PDF, PNG, PSD, or TIF file. I was extremely surprised myself to see that you could save it it in Photoshop’s PSD file format.