You have no idea what you can do with Images

Kaly (Arslan Esengulov) 29-11-2006

Yesterday, I had one of my sudden urges to organize my bookmarks so while moving stuff around I noticed bunch of interesting links based around images. After putting them together it looked too good to be ignored so it ended up here.


1. Passport Photo – this website offers an alternative to photo booths, what you’ll need is average printer, photo-paper and a digital photo with a neutral expression, closed mouth and open eyes. More here

2. Rastebator – this free online tool can create huge(upto 10m wide) custom posters out of any uploaded image. Once poster is created it’ll provide you with several A4 sized PDF docs, which can be printed out and assembled into a giant poster. I loved it, and will definitely use it for the walls in my next apartment. Check out rastebator gallery for some inspiration.


3. Mosaic Generator [No Longer Available] – here you can get mosaic version for any image you submit, mosaic created out of randomly selected images from Flickr How to Download Your Flickr Photos at Their Original Resolutions Whether using native Flickr tools or a third-party app, you can easily download the photos you've uploaded at their original resolutions. Read More , a popular photo sharing website.

Images mosaic generator


4. FaceGen – this application lets you create 3D images of anyone. What I liked most about is extent to which images can be manipulated, for instance it can show how you’ll look in 50 years or transform your pic into monster looking face. This package isn’t free but a demo version available which is fully functional except for saving, exporting and SI logo on the forehead. More on facegen by discovery channel.

You have no idea what you can do with Images images facegen

5. Budsmack – fun Budweiser promo tool for creating talking photos. Write down some text, upload picture(optional), select an accent and program will create a simple video of uploaded picture reading the text you have entered. There is an option to email whatever you create to others, so use your imagination. I can already think of some evil stuff :-)

Cool Talking Image Promo Tool


6. Crazy Talk – similar to the one above but with more features and non-free (7 day trial available)

7. Moo – get custom business cards using your flickr pictures with image in front and personal details on the back. It costs $19.99 for 100 cards (+ $4.99 delivery – anywhere in the world).

Moo- Business cards from your flickr pictures

8. Iconize Me [No Longer Available] – send them a picture and based on it a professional artist will create your portrait/carricature (price varies between 40$ to 50$). Check out some samples here.


Iconize Me - Personal Portrait or Carricature

8. Pictopia (no longer online) – high quality service to produce large-scale hi-fi color prints from digital images. They will make frameable print out of any digital file you send them, it’s relatively expensive but of promising quality as these guyz specialize in ultra-large-scale prints.

Pictopia-Large scale color prints from digital images

9. Fliptrack – create video slide shows using selected images with favorite songs playing on the background. Process is quite simple, select a song and as it plays drag-and-drop your photos onto the timeline. check out some here


10. And some web-based image editing and resizing tools

I will keep adding more stuff here as I discover anything cool or unusual. Feel free to contribute by posting links in comments.

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  1. PhatChance
    December 27, 2008 at 2:01 pm

    Stumbled here, Rasterbator looks awesome. Now if only I had a printer :/

    Check out Animoto videos. Make a kind of slideshow, but to music and with some good transition animations.
    There's also a facebook application where you put in the photos that you've uploaded.

  2. Devicepedia
    October 31, 2008 at 3:35 am

    I really like to try rasterbator , but i havent refilled my ink yet, next time.

  3. Thomas
    April 3, 2007 at 1:17 pm

    Yes, thank you!

  4. Aibek
    April 3, 2007 at 9:47 am

    :-) OK, Now it's fixed for sure

  5. Thomas
    April 3, 2007 at 5:27 am

    Hi again,

    no it's not - now the phixr link points to a page inside - you fotgot a "/" ;)


  6. Aibek
    April 2, 2007 at 12:31 pm

    it's fixed now. Thank you

  7. Thomas
    April 2, 2007 at 6:21 am


    1) the phixr link points to snipsht

    2) http:/ - phixr en español!

  8. Ben Harold
    February 6, 2007 at 6:49 pm


    Liked your post.

    Just thought I'd let you know that in item 10 (the "web-based image editing and resizing tools") all of the links go to instead of the sites they are labeled as.