How to create an electronic collage (Step 7 (Export your collage. (Once…
How to create an electronic collage
Search for free collage-editing websites
Look up collaging websites online and test a few of them out to see which ones you like. Look for sites that have simple editing features so you can easily change your photos and layouts.
Upload your photos to the site.
Transfer your photos from your camera or your phone onto the web service. Select the photos you know you want to include in your collage, and then choose a few more in case you want to add them later. You can always choose whether or not you use the photos.
Choose a layout for your collage.
Many websites make you choose a layout for your collage before you can drop your photos in. Pick the size and shape you want for your collage. Look at how the photo panels are laid out and choose the style that best fits with your images.
Change the background if you want to add visual interest.
If there’s space in between your photos, look for a background option where you can change the color. Use a neutral color, like white or black, if you don’t want the background as noticeable. Otherwise, select a color similar to the color in your photos to help it blend in.
Drag and drop the photos you want to include in your collage.
Place your photos into the layout to get an idea of how they look next to one another. Try rearranging the photos once you have them all included in your layout to try out various options. When you’re happy with the layout, you can move on.
Add text to your collage if you want to label it or leave a message.
Use the Text Editor option and find a font that matches your style and to change its size. Make sure it’s legible and easy to read against your photos. Type your label or message and place the text where you want it on your collage.
Export your collage.
Once you’re finished, look for an export or save option at the top of the site page. This will let you send the collage to a social media account or save it directly to your computer. Type in a file name and save it in a location where you can find it easily, such as your desktop.