You have probably been seeing many pictures I’ve posted lately have been collages. I’ve been using CollageIt App from PearlMountain Technology to create these collages. They also have a free version of CollageIt, which is just the same as the paid for version but you are limited to the number of photos per collage.
Here’s just a few of the collages I’ve made in the last month or so.
I’ve started to incorporate the collages into my posts more because they allow me to have multiple images within one area and it also allows me to zoom into the better parts of the images, like I did in the first collage with the veggies! The best part is that it’s for Macs! I love that companies are finally putting out some great imaging programs for Mac.
- Automatic, Easy to Use and Powerful
- Only three steps to create photo collage automatically. Easy enough for users of all experienced levels.
- WYSIWYG—Real-time preview with high-speed.
- Diverse types of photo collage layout can be created automatically.
- Various Templates to Choose
- 4 collage styles: Mosaic, Grid, Center and Pile.
- Includes 30+ templates in total.
- Almost all kinds of collage template styles can be found so that users can select a style at their will and add their photos.
- Customize Photo Collages Freely
- Customize collage background to suit your needs.
- Easily personalize your picture collages with variable parameters provided, such as photo count, photo space, page margin, rotation and sparse.
- Photo border and shadow added for decoration.
- Make photos fit well into the chosen collage space with the photo cropping function.
- Share the Collage Anywhere
- Save the collages as JPEG, PNG, PDF, PSD or other images formats and print it out.
- Send the collage to family members and friends via Email.
- Easily set your photo collage as your desktop wallpaper.
The one thing I wish you could do with it is to add additional background images to use. I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a way to add them and I just haven’t figured it out yet, but it would be nice for it to be a simple process of just putting the images into a folder or something.
I do love that you can have the collages in pretty much any size you want, so I create them large enough to use on my iMac desktop and then I shrink it down to size for posting here, makes it great!