Opening a Photo

BeFunky gives you several different options to upload/open an image from multiple sources for your convenience! You can open your images directly into the Photo Editor to begin your project. All options are found under the Open menu in the Main Navigation Bar at the top of your page. 

Opening a Photo: From Your Computer

Choose Computer to find your image on your computer’s hard drive. Navigate your hard drive to locate your image. Select the image and click Open to open it in BeFunky. You can also drag and drop an image file from your computer directly onto your canvas.

Important Note: BeFunky supports JPEG/JPG, GIF, BMP, and PNG. RAW files are not compatible with BeFunky. 

Opening a Photo: From BeFunky

You can save and upload images directly to BeFunky. If you have images already stored in your BeFunky account, select BeFunky to open the Image Manager and select the one you’d like to work on.

Opening a Photo: From Google Drive and Google Photos

BeFunky supports integration with Google Drive and Google Photos so you can open image files uploaded to these providers.
 
Select either of these options, log in with your Google credentials, and choose the photo you want to open in BeFunky.
 

Opening a Photo: From Stock Images

Through our seamless integration with Pixabay and Pexels, you can choose from over a million stock images, completely for free! To get started, select More > Stock Images.
 

Opening a Photo: From Facebook

Opening a Photo From Facebook

Select More > Facebook to connect BeFunky with your Facebook account. After logging in to Facebook, you can browse your photo albums and upload images directly from your Facebook page.

Opening a Photo: From Dropbox

Opening a Photo From DropboxWe also support integration with Dropbox. Select More > Dropbox and log in to your Dropbox account. Then select the image you want to open. 

Opening a Photo: From Your Webcam

Opening a Photo via WebcamSelect More > Webcam to open your computer’s built-in camera and take your first picture to edit. Before accessing your webcam, adjust your browser settings and Allow access to your webcam when selecting this option.

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