Digital cameras beget digital photos which beget online sharing. Here’s how you can a bunch of photos and turn them all into a single photo which is drop dead easy to share with others. I call it art.
A Collage By Any Other Name
Yes, iPhoto on my Mac is crammed with photos. Photos going back about 10 years. Photos taken from half a dozen cameras and phones.
[do action=”ad-content-rectangle-top”/]Instead of sending a dozen or two dozen photos to my friends and family and stuffing their email inbox with so many photos they dream of when they didn’t know me, I do something different.
No, I don’t flood my Instagram or Facebook streams with dozens of photos, either.
Instead, I’ve learned to be efficient.
Photo collages are your friend. That’s right. A photo collage lets you share a dozen or two dozen photos but in one photo, one image, one file.
Here’s a collage of photos.
See? Eight photos in one collage. Share one collage with friends and family and they get to view more with less.
Here’s how to create a photo collage.
It creates collages, greeting cards, photo calendars, photo albums and posters, even scrapbooks. This app comes with over 150 templates and each can be customized to suit your needs.
Grab photos from iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom and save a finished collage back to iPhoto. Collages can be shared from within the app, personalized and created for any occasion from birthdays to graduations, from holidays to announcements.
Picture Collage maker has a price tag, but all the theme components are included.