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Google Acquires Online Image Editing Tool Picnik

ScuttleMonkey posted more than 4 years ago | from the google-shopping-spree dept.

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Many different sources are writing to tell us about Google's acquisition of online image editing tool Picnik. "And all this leads us to today’s exciting news: we’ve just been acquired by Google! What does this mean for Picnik? It means we can think BIG. Google processes petabytes of data every day, and with their worldwide infrastructure and world-class team, it is truly the best home we could have found. Under the Google roof we’ll reach more people than ever before, impacting more lives and making more photos more awesome. What does this mean for you Picnikers? Nothing is changing right away, but Picnik now has more potential than ever before. The team that built Picnik from the grass up will continue making advanced and powerful photo-editing easier, more intuitive and more fun, so stay tuned to hear about all the cool new stuff we’re working on."

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Awwww! (5, Funny)

MattGWU (86623) | more than 4 years ago | (#31323996)

"And all this leads us to today's exciting news: we've just been acquired by Google! What does this mean for Picnik? It means we can think BIG. Google processes petabytes of data every day, and with their worldwide infrastructure and world-class team, it is truly the best home we could have found. Under the Google roof we'll reach more people than ever before, impacting more lives and making more photos more awesome. What does this mean for you Picnikers? Nothing is changing right away, but Picnik now has more potential than ever before. The team that built Picnik from the grass up will continue making advanced and powerful photo-editing easier, more intuitive and more fun, so stay tuned to hear about all the cool new stuff we're working on."

That's so cute!

Re:Awwww! (2, Insightful)

Snaller (147050) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325040)

"What does this mean for Picnik?"

It means you are all out on your ass in six months *g*

Re:Awwww! (1)

mattack2 (1165421) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325490)

Yes, but 6 months of free food, free fitness center, plus whatever the shareholders got...

Hmm... (1)

Taco Cowboy (5327) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326912)

FYI, similar service offered by others:

        http://pixlr.com/ [pixlr.com]
        http://fotoflexer.com/ [fotoflexer.com]
        http://pixenate.com/ [pixenate.com]
        http://snipshot.com/ [snipshot.com]
        http://www.lunapic.com/editor/ [lunapic.com]
        http://editor.pho.to/ [editor.pho.to]
        http://aviary.com/tools/phoenix [aviary.com]
        http://www.imageeditor.net/ [imageeditor.net]
        http://editor.pixastic.com/ [pixastic.com]
        http://www.phixr.com/ [phixr.com]
        http://www.picture2life.com/ [picture2life.com]
        http://www.pixlr.com/ [pixlr.com]
        http://pixer.us/ [pixer.us]
        https://www.photoshop.com/ [photoshop.com]
        http://www.splashup.com/ [splashup.com]
        http://www.flauntr.com/ [flauntr.com]
        http://www.pizap.com/ [pizap.com]
        http://www.photofunia.com/ [photofunia.com]

http://www.music21.hi2.ro/ (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31328810)

ie she is

I am Sergey Brin of Borg. (4, Funny)

MrEricSir (398214) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324044)

You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.

And here's an advertisement for something related to the picture of Britney Spears you're photoshopping.

Re:I am Sergey Brin of Borg. (2, Funny)

Tumbleweed (3706) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324904)

You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.

Resisting? Who's resisting? You had me at "I'm Sergey Brin"...

Re:I am Sergey Brin of Borg. (2, Funny)

Black Gold Alchemist (1747136) | more than 4 years ago | (#31327004)

The google borg cubes (gborg gcubes?) will have dynamic google ads up and down their sides showing ads relevant to whatever race they're assimilating.

Jeepers! (4, Funny)

Quiet_Desperation (858215) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324058)

...making more photos more awesome.

Nice to see that 13 year olds can get work in this economy.

Re:Jeepers! (1)

Michael Kristopeit (1751814) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324608)

only the awesomest 13 year olds

Premium features to be free? (2, Interesting)

cytoman (792326) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324086)

That's what I'm interested in finding out but there is no mention anywhere about it - will the premium features (paid version) of Picnik be free from now on? Or will Google continue the practice of charging for premium features?

Personally, I hope they make it all free. I'm cheap, in case you had any doubt.

Re:Premium features to be free? (4, Interesting)

garcia (6573) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324294)

I have been using Picnick for years with my Flickr account (because it's easier than me doing it in Photoshop myself--as I only have one copy of that on one computer) and only recently have I run into wanting to use something other than what they have for free.

Re:Premium features to be free? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31326672)

The article didn't mention, and I didn't follow through to the other links yet either, but I wonder if this will change its integration with Flickr since Flickr is part of yahoo.

Re:Premium features to be free? (1)

Zerth (26112) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324308)

Depends on the pricing and if they can cover the cost with advertising. Google still charges for Sketchup Pro after they got bought, for example, but it isn't exactly conducive to advertising and is used by design firms, etc who can't afford or don't need larger CAD/animation packages

Picnik Premium seems to cost a couple of bucks a month and is aimed at casual users. Its main costs are bandwidth and storage, which Google can supply in abundance. I imagine advertising could cover whatever else that couple of bucks supports, so it is possible.

On the other hand, Google might be trying to make products pay for themselves instead of just relying on advertising.

Re:Premium features to be free? (1)

slimjim8094 (941042) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324560)

Google has a history of releasing paid stuff for free. Keyhole was originally extremely expensive, and they released Google Earth free. They still charge something like $30 for the next version up, but that's a lot less than the several hundred+ it was originally.

Re:Premium features to be free? (1)

ColdWetDog (752185) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324712)

They still charge something like $30 for the next version up, but that's a lot less than the several hundred+ it was originally.

Well they used to, but they've canned the Earth Plus [google.com] and incorporated it into plain 'ol Earth. Not sure what that means in terms of the current issue, but there you are.

What does it mean?!? (5, Funny)

goofyspouse (817551) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324110)

"What does this mean for Picnik?"

Seriously? It means you are frickin' rich now.

Dorks (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324122)

All I read above was "technology", "reaching more people", blah blah blah...

You should be saying, "WooHoo! Private jets! Yachts! Banging swimsuit models on said yachts! Money! Private Islands with beautiful naked women! Money!"

But nooooooooooo. You type there about technology and whatnot!

The team that built Picnik from the grass up will continue making advanced and powerful photo-editing easier, more intuitive and more fun, so stay tuned to hear about all the cool new stuff we’re working on.

Snore.

Photoshop.

Zzzzzzz

GIMP

Zzzzzzz

Paint.net

Snort snort snort

Yawn

Oh yeah, I hope you got paid in cash. Goog is at it's peak; meaning, if you got paid in stock, you're gonna lose.

Re:Dorks (1)

jeffstar (134407) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326596)

minus the private jets and money, my life is a lot like that!
1) go to a tropical place
2) get tanned
3) ????
4) yachts & hotties!

Photo Editor, not Image Editor (4, Informative)

javakah (932230) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324154)

It's a photo editor, not an image editor. If you want an image editor, you might try Splashup http://www.splashup.com/ [splashup.com]

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (1)

treeves (963993) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324340)

"Splashup, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager."

I was thinking it was sort of a stupid name, but it's not quite as stupid as it used to be!

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (3, Funny)

Haymaker (1664103) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324424)

Great, you HAD to mention Splashup. Now Google is going to buy them too. Way to go.

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324620)

The first rule of Splashup is...

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31325754)

If they do you could try Pixlr [pixlr.com]

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (1)

nclemenson (303429) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324920)

or http://www.aviary.com/ [aviary.com]

Such love for Flash all of a sudden (0, Offtopic)

cababunga (1195153) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325246)

I recently came across this: http://editor.pixastic.com/ [pixastic.com] All it needs is a browser with canvas support. I think it's pretty cool and that's what Google should be considering.

Re:Such love for Flash all of a sudden (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31325446)

sigh, compare that effort to the splashup.com site mentioned above.
talk about doing your "cause" a disservice!!!!! :)

i don't care if you're carrying a lot of baggage or maybe trying to impress the idiots around here that do (probably the latter.)

the fact is you look pathetic posting that link. maybe you realize that now?

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (2, Insightful)

prichardson (603676) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326668)

What's the difference between a photo editor and an image editor?

Thanks

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31327886)

Well typically, an image editor has pixel editing functionality, whereas a photo editor is usually editing the entire thing at once, such as brightness, hue, etc.

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (2, Funny)

WWWWolf (2428) | more than 4 years ago | (#31328116)

What's the difference between a photo editor and an image editor?

Image editor [gimp.org] is an application designed for manipulation of 2D bitmap raster image data, usually using a set of very complex, powerful and effective functions such as drawing tools, filters, layering and channel operations.

Photo editor [f-spot.org] is a piece of shit sold to gullible customers, "allowing" them to "manage" and "archive" all of their "digital photos" and sometimes even perform a limited set of "operations" on them, making the whole process "fun".

So, the only real difference is the feature set, the primary activities you do with the programs, and the feature set. Hope this clear things up. =)

Re:Photo Editor, not Image Editor (2, Insightful)

kriston (7886) | more than 4 years ago | (#31329302)

Look in the mirror. If you're wearing a beret and a soul patch, it's an image editor. If you're wearing a backwards baseball cap and a goatee, it's a photo editor.

Public Enemy got it right. (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324162)

Watch what you tell 'em cause they don't bring you glory

It only brings agony, ask James Cagney

He beat up on a guy when he found he was a fagney

Cagney is a favorite he is my boy

He don't jive around he's a real McCoy

Flickr or Picasa? (1)

iPhr0stByt3 (1278060) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324172)

Picnik is a pretty neat tool. I mean... I'm cool with paint.net so my needs are simple anyway, but it's also nice to have a web-based tool available anywhere. I just hope they don't eventually pull out of flickr and go exclusively with Picasa now. ...seems to me at one point google supported Firefox. I know this isn't the same, but it also would not surprise me to see picnik removed from flickr eventually.

Am I alone? (1, Insightful)

MillionthMonkey (240664) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324176)

Is anyone else getting sick of hearing exciting stories about Google?

Re:Am I alone? (1)

Monkeedude1212 (1560403) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324380)

exciting stories

Not even you sound like your quite sick yet.

Re:Am I alone? (2, Funny)

MillionthMonkey (240664) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324440)

OK, you're on to me. I'd like to take a vacation day from exciting stories about Google then.

Re:Am I alone? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324524)

Monkey Fight!

Re:Am I alone? (1)

MobileTatsu-NJG (946591) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324778)

Is anyone else getting sick of hearing exciting stories about Google?

If you're sick of it, why are you increasing the comment count in a Google thread and helping Slashdot serve ads?

Re:Am I alone? (1)

ZERO1ZERO (948669) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326496)

What is this 'Google' you speak of? I've never heard of them.

Re:Am I alone? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31330380)

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=google

Re:Am I alone? (1)

jo42 (227475) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326648)

Google farts.
Google fanbois inhale deeply;
Proclaim "Google is Great!"

picnik is all that...if you are blind (1)

radicalbiscuit (1429445) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324194)

Google will now be processing petabytes of poor image composition techniques every day.

kool (0)

swanzilla (1458281) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324228)

n/t

How to get rich quick! (1)

KPexEA (1030982) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324242)

1) Copy some desktop app but make it "online"
2) Get bought by Google!
3) Profit!

Re:How to get rich quick! (5, Funny)

Monkeedude1212 (1560403) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324408)

I took the Calculator App and put it online. Sadly - it still has not been purchased.

I'm thinking I'll try Volume control next.

Re:How to get rich quick! (1)

GuyFawkes (729054) | more than 4 years ago | (#31328136)

Hell, I did this years ago with the power button, you're right, no-one has ever pressed it.

http://www.turnofftheinternet.com/ [turnofftheinternet.com]

TinEye (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324250)

Oh how I would love to see Google acquire TinEye, or develop their own product. I love the idea of TinEye but the data just isn't there. Google doesn't have that problem.

Re:TinEye (1)

KPexEA (1030982) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324282)

Yes! Totally agree, TinEye is great!

On potential... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31324314)

[quote]Nothing is changing right away, but Picnik now has more potential than ever before.[/quote]

But... any potential outcomes at this point were always potential outcomes. Insofar as it can be assigned an ordinal representation, potential must be monotonically decreasing.

honestly who pays for this... lots it seems... (1)

johnjones (14274) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324318)

they where intent on billing people for effects that essentially you could do in imagemagick

but what mattered was the ability to do things in a flash platform
wake up yahoo and build something nice... add to flickr
what people really liked was the sprinkling of dew... have a sense of humor and it gets you a lot

there are lots of online photoshop tools but the easyest way to tell if they are serious is to find if they have a image clone tool...

odd but true

they where insistent on billing people I will be interested if google wants this to continue

regards

John Jones

Anonymous (-1, Offtopic)

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Good Luck, Picnikers (4, Insightful)

gyrogeerloose (849181) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324404)

What does this mean for you Picnikers? Nothing is changing right away...

Which, of course, translates to "You'll continue to have a job at least until all the financial details of the sale are arranged. After that, who knows?" I'm speaking from experience here. I've had my employer "acquired" a couple of times and always ended up unemployed afterwards.

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (1)

pablodiazgutierrez (756813) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325252)

Depending on how early these pickickers joined, they might walk out with a nice roll of dough in their pockets, which I wouldn't mind.

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31325350)

[CEO Jonathan] Sposato noted that nearly all of the employees who work at Picnik will come out ahead on the deal financially, calling it a "very, very, very great win."

http://www.techflash.com/seattle/2010/03/picniks_sposato_on_google_sale_a_very_happy_number.html

"Picnikers" = users (4, Informative)

Gorimek (61128) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325500)

Dude, the statement talks about how it will affect the users.

Some of them will surely become unemployed, but that is unrelated to this deal.

Re:"Picnikers" = users (1)

gyrogeerloose (849181) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325516)

Dude, the statement talks about how it will affect the users.

Some of them will surely become unemployed, but that is unrelated to this deal.

I interpreted it as meaning employees, but you may very well be right.

Re:"Picnikers" = users (1)

Caetel (1057316) | more than 4 years ago | (#31328328)

In which case the answer should be Google will close down the current service offering shortly and months down the line offer a similar service under the Google banner.

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (1)

FooAtWFU (699187) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325556)

The last time my company was acquired (the only time, actually) I got $10k up front, a new hiring-bonus, and a big fat bundle of retention bonuses. Yes: in 2008, even.

Then they closed the San Mateo office and moved us down to Sunnyvale. That still kind of stinks. :(

Your mileage may vary.

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (1)

gyrogeerloose (849181) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326352)

Nice. I hope all the Picnikers do as well.

Grew up in San Mateo, BTW. On the wrong side of 101, though.

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (1)

juan2074 (312848) | more than 4 years ago | (#31331834)

Picnik employees now commute to downtown Seattle [google.com] -- easily accessible on buses, trains, and ferries from much of four counties.

They will be moving to Google's offices in Fremont [google.com] (North Seattle).

I'm guessing many of them who did not drive to work will soon have to do so. Here comes more traffic!

Re:Good Luck, Picnikers (1)

SethJohnson (112166) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325832)

Which, of course, translates to "You'll continue to have a job at least until all the financial details of the sale are arranged.

Which could also translate to, "Layoffs were averted by our acquisition by a deep-pocketed major player."

Seth

The Plan (0, Offtopic)

doomy (7461) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324610)

1. Do No Evil.

2. ??

3. World Domination.

Eating Yahoo's lunch (2, Interesting)

l00sr (266426) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324644)

Picnik is highly integrated with flickr, which is owned by Yahoo. Google's own Picasaweb has never quite taken off the same way... I'd say they're jealous.

Re:Eating Yahoo's lunch (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31326988)

Picnik is highly integrated with flickr, which is owned by Yahoo. Google's own Picasaweb has never quite taken off the same way... I'd say they're jealous.

Yahoo should have bought Picnik! -.-

Re:Eating Yahoo's lunch (1)

drago (1334) | more than 4 years ago | (#31327196)

I'd rather say they're going to take Picnik out of business just to step on Yahoos foot while ramping up the advertising for picasaweb at the same time ;-)

It's Picasa (1)

CopaceticOpus (965603) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324660)

This application is basically on online version of the Picasa editing tools. I find it hard to believe that Google would not already be working on adding those tools to Picasaweb. Will this really help them to do that any faster? Or does this just clear the way for the launch of those tools, while also providing an initial user base?

Re:It's Picasa (1)

larry bagina (561269) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324998)

They've done this a dozen times or more. It's easier to buy an existing product (and the developers) than to get their own shit together.

Re:It's Picasa (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31328646)

Of course it is. It is almost always easier for a large company to buy an existing small company than the develop the same thing internally, and there's sound reasons for that.

Most development teams are doing worse than the best development team in a segment. In any segment, there's usually at least ten teams trying to get things for that segment ready. For a large company, starting up ten teams internally is going to lead to disappointment among 90% of those teams, and they know it beforehand - so it's bad for morale. Buying the best after the best have taken the risk as an independent company and proven that they can make this work is not that bad for morale (except possibly in those companies that don't get bought).

Even if the large company on average has better employees and better support than the startups, this still gives the advantage to the startups, just by many startups evolutionary trying more approaches and some of them hitting on the right combo.

It gives the advantage to the large company in the end, though, because they can get the technology by buying the small companies and integrating them with a number of advantages of being large (ability to handle lawsuits through deeper pockets, ability to do patent cross-licensing deals, ability to aggregate a bunch of functions...)

What does this mean for flickr? (1)

anethema (99553) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324908)

I'm kind of invested in Flickr for online photo organization and storage, and haven't yet tried Picasa. Flickr uses Picnik for photo editing but Flickr is owned by yahoo. Anyone think Flickr will dump Picnik or photo editing all together now that a competitor owns it ?

Flash (1)

jj00 (599158) | more than 4 years ago | (#31324914)

Doesn't that site use Flash? So does this mean that Google is all well and good with Adobe?

Re:Flash (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31325182)

lol - sounds like you believed that crap. google are not stupid.

flash is the single most distributed piece of software in history and as it rolls out onto mobile phones its dominance will only increase.

its a gutter if you're fond of attaching yourself to lost causes like html5 (2022!!!!!) or more plastic icrap from the kings of marketing. but there ya go - life's a bitch.

this is nice little online app, but its nothing compared to what will be possible with flash in the near distant future. like it or not :)

Re:Flash (2, Funny)

D Ninja (825055) | more than 4 years ago | (#31325230)

google are not stupid.

Is they now?

Re:Flash (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31325702)

google are a website and a company.

if you can't understand that then maybe you is a bit stupid...?

Re:Flash (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31326548)

google are not stupid.

Is they now?

Welcome to the internet where you're sure to encounter many interesting people from around the world. Warning: people from other countries may follow idiomatic conventions different to those you're used to. This may scare and confuse you. Similarly, your parochial outlook may irritate everyone else.

Re:Flash (1)

Sax Maniac (88550) | more than 4 years ago | (#31333448)

In UK English, companies are often considered as plural ("Google are"), while in the US we think of them as singular ("Google is").

Re:Flash (1)

AvitarX (172628) | more than 4 years ago | (#31328700)

Google does good stuff with flash.

Analytics uses flash and not SVG for its charts (if memory serves correctly).

Also the google PDF viewer is the most pleasant use of flash ever. And considering the flash plugin is lighter and less heavy than the acrobat plugin, a great way to reduce annoying adobeness in ones browser.

Looking forward (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31326112)

Any decent operating system must have a photo editor. This is just another software that would integrate Chrome OS.

Just one typo away from fame and fortune... (1)

fm6 (162816) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326438)

My personal domain is picknit.com. (I'm a tech writer. What do tech writers do?) All I needed was for somebody to enter "picknit" instead of "picnik" and I'd be in acquisition nirvana.

I just can't catch a break.

Uh oh... (4, Funny)

The Wild Norseman (1404891) | more than 4 years ago | (#31326756)

"And all this leads us to today's exciting news: we've just been acquired by Google! WHat doEs this mean for Picnik? It means we can think BIG. GoogLe Processes petabytes of data every day, and with their worldwide infrastructure and world-class teaM, it is truly the bEst home we could have found. Under the Google roof we'll reach more people than ever before, impacting more lives and making more photos more awesome. What does THis mEan for You Picnikers? Nothing is changing right away, but Picnik now HAs more potential than eVEr before. The team that buiLt Picnik frOm The graSs up will continue making advanced and pOwerFul photo-editinG easier, more intUitive and more funN, So stay tuned to hear about all the cool new stuff we're working on."

gGetFamous (1)

Mourice (264300) | more than 4 years ago | (#31327226)

I'm not necessarily for rampant acquisition by a single company, but I have to admit that I only discover a lot of great services by the announcement that they've been purchased by Google.

Google the new Microsoft... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31327616)

..unable to innovate so instead just buy up companies and then ruin them

Certainly a feature (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31327872)

Chrome OS was in need of.

Rejuvenating currently owned websites, maybe? (1)

jseale (691367) | more than 4 years ago | (#31328478)

Looks like Google wants to rejuvenate an ageing Picasa by rolling Picnik's feature set into it or giving Picasa a complete makeover all together with Picnik's help. It'd be cool to see Picnik's features in the Picasa stand-alone app, would give Photoshop a run for its money for sure.
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