People-Powered Photoshopping

People-Powered Photoshopping
Sean Leow
  • 18 january 2008

With over 200 million Internet users in China, there’s bound to be someone who is willing to help you photoshop your pictures. At least that’s what Tucia, a new Chinese “witkey” website, is hoping. Users upload their photo, describe how they want their photo edited and provide a deadline. Aspiring designers, photoshoppers and students edit the photos and send back a final copy to the original photographer, all for free. Tucia follows the lead of other successful human-powered web services in China like Baidu’s popular Q&A site.

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