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How To Make A Photo Collage Using Fotor

Tuesday, January 16, 2018


So, you know I take a lot of photos, right? Sometimes, I think about combining photos into collages instead of posting so many at once! When I was looking for photo editing sites, I came across Fotor. Fotor’s collage maker offers a variety of styles to create your collage, with hundreds of templates to choose from.


First, I tried the Classic Collage, in which you can chose your photo grids based on the amount of photos you want to add, as well as add more cells. You just have to drag and drop your photos where you want them.


You can change the background color of the collage, or use an image as the background.


You can also use your own image as the background, as I did here.


There are many options of stickers you can add to your collage as well. You can change the color of the sticker using the dropper tool and you can adjust its size to how you want it.


Here is my Classic Collage:


You can save your work both on Fotor’s cloud and to your computer.


Next, I tried the Artistic Collage, which gives the options of more present themes and text. These look like they would be awesome for creating cards, although Fotor does offer templates for cards as well! Once again, you drag and drop your photos where you want them on the collage. You can unlock the cells if you want to adjust the sizes of the template.


I ended up removing one of the photo blocks. Next, I edited the text.


I decided to add a sticker instead of only using text. In the sticker area, I searched for “summer” to find an appropriate sticker (I did this for the sun I used above, too).


Again, I changed the color of the sticker and adjusted its size.


Here is my Artistic Collage:


Next, I tried the Funky Collage option. These templates are fun because they are made up of various shapes.


How fun is that? I kept adding in photos until it looked cool!


Then I changed the background too.


I liked this one too. You can even split up one photo in different pieces for a cool look. I didn’t quite do that here!


Finally, there is a Photo Stitching option, which is where you can make a composite of your photos next to one another.


Here’s mine!


I think these collages would be great to have printed, use as cards, or frame, plus they would be great to cut down on too many photos in a blog post! I will definitely make use of Fotor’s photo editing program in the future! Which of my collages do you like the best?