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Add Round Corners to Your Images the Easy Way with RoundPic

Are you looking for an easy way to add rounded corners to your images without installing extra software? Then you should take a look at RoundPic. The website lets you add rounded corners to images in moments with an easy to navigate interface.

The interface for RoundPic is simple and straightforward. You can choose to upload an image from your computer or enter the URL of an image on the web. Once you have done that click on the Round it! Button.

Here are the default settings that RoundPic will apply to your images. You can make changes and/or adjustments as desired then see the changes by clicking on the Round! Button to apply them. Once you have everything tweaked to your liking simply click the Download Button to download the modified image to your computer.

RoundPic Homepage [via Guiding Tech]

Bonus

You can download the wallpaper for the image shown above here:

Smiling Elven Warrioress [Wallpaper Abyss] Note: Original wallpaper size is 1920*1080 pixels.

The non-wallpaper version by the originating artist can be found here:

Margarita [deviantART]

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  • Published 07/19/12

Comments (5)

  1. Nathan.D

    Thanks! I know a lot of people who are always looking for something to round pictures in.

  2. Ray

    If you are using Google Picasa to keep pictures organized, you can use the 1960′s theme to round the corners. You need to be sure that you move the fade bar to the right to get rid of the old photo color cast, though.

  3. W52

    Most Microsoft Office 2007+ programs have the capability to add a shape to your picture that will modify it with rounded corners or anything else that is a shape. Pretty cool. The best thing about this approach is you have fine control over how rounded the picture gets.

    Open PowerPoint 2007 and insert a picture. Click on that picture. On the pictures ribbon, select shape and choose what you want. The picture will take on the characteristics of the shape. When finished, right click and select save picture.

    In PowerPoint 2010, the process is the same except the shape feature is hidden in the crop button.

  4. Keith

    I like this site. I’ve used it on and off for maybe three years. To go with it, I use a color picker to match the corners with whatever color I’m using for a desktop background in Windows. For people just using white, such a thing probably isn’t needed, but you can assign a hex value, using a tool like “whatcolor” to make cropped-away parts of the pic blend with the rest of your background.

  5. M Henri Day

    A rectangle with rounded corners ? Doesn’t Apple have a patent on all such applications ? Be very careful….

    Henri

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