Photo Collage Apps

These apps allow you to create collages with your photos. Choose a background and place your photos on it at different angles, overlapping or not, for a creative photo masterpiece. Essential Apps Photo Wall Pro - Collage App by App Street Software Private Limited This is my go-to collage creating app. Select a background from their dozen or so templates, one of their add-on packs (for in-app purchase), or from your own photo library. Adjust the canvas color, brightness, orientation, aspect ratio, and dimension. Add photos, clip art, and text as desired. Manipulate each object with your fingers; make it larger, smaller, or rotate it. Adjust the transparency of each item and move it on top of or underneath other items in the collage. Basically, if you can think it, you can do it with this app. If youre not sure, try the free lite version, which still has most of the features of the paid version. There are also free and paid iPad versions; the links for all three other versions are in the "other" section below. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Honey I shrunk myself! Architect creates tiny clones for freaky photo montages

Stormfront Created It. Tweet 11 I. Am. Seriously. Angry. Twenty minutes ago, a friend of mine was looking at another friends Facebook page wherein was posted, minus my red-fonted editorial comments, the photo montage above. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Huge montage of reconnaissance photos taken by RAF pilots ahead of D-Day storming of Gold beach sells for 3,000

Choose File, New. When you see the New Image dialog box, specify a size of 8.5 by 11 inches. Since Paint Shop Pro needs to know how many pixels to put in this blank page, set the resolution to 200 pixels per inch. That will create an image that's 1700 by 2200 pixels. Leave the image color set to white and click OK. If your color is set to anything but white, click the image-color box, use your eyedropper to select the white square from the color grid, then click OK. You should now have a blank white canvas , ready to be populated with pictures. Find a Picture Now we're ready to start adding stuff. Find a photo that you want to add to your collage and open it in Paint Shop Pro. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Digital Focus: Make a Photo Collage

This reflects the playful thoughts that I use to cheer myself up when I'm bored or tired.' Ari, from Indonesia, has taught himself photography over the past ten years. He said: 'After selecting the best pictures, I have to process each one, removing the background so that each can be put together. 'This is one of the fun parts of creating a photo montage because it feels like solving a puzzle. I get that satisfaction when everything works out great. 'The trick is how to make the photo look as believable and as real as possible.' After putting all the images together, lights, shadows, and reflection are added to make the picture look as though it was taken in a single moment. The number of photos he takes for each montage varies but he often takes extra shots in case he changes his design. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Photo collage apps for iOS

Being able to create new layouts sets Grid Lens apart--you won't ever need to buy new layouts like you would in Frametastic. Once you've decided on a layout, you can choose either single- or multilens variations for your collage. The single lens shows one image with the frames superimposed over the image. The multilens gives you a separate lens for every frame. But what makes the multilens variation particularly interesting is that you can touch an individual frame to snap a photo. This means that if you were at an event, you could walk around and touch a frame at various locations creating a collage as you go. Once you've finished taking your shots, you can save your collage to the in-app gallery to add effects and share your project. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

That Photo Montage Slandering Trayvon? Stormfront Created It.

When pieced together they make a panorama that is almost 20ft long. Officers studied them to familiarise themselves with the landscape and to look for where German gun emplacements and beach exits for the soldiers were. A new Normandy invasion: France prepares for the 70th anniversary of the D-day drama They would also have been used to create highly detailed maps and three dimensional models of the D-Day landing zones. RAF pilots were forced to photograph the entire coastline from Normandy all the way up to Holland in order to keep the eventual location of the landings a secret The montage was used to prepare for when British troops landed on Gold beach during Operation Overlord (pictured) This set of photos shows the town of St Come de Fresne which was part of the British landing zone Marked on the pictures, which cover the coastline from Arromanches-les-Bains to La Riviere, are landmarks including a tower, a lighthouse and a coastguard station. They have now been sold by the son of Captain Alexander Rodger, commander of infantry landing ship HMS Empire Crossbow during D-Day. The ship carried two companies from the Royal Hampshire Regiment onto Gold beach, where they went on to capture their targets of Arromanches and La Hamel. The small town of Arromanche sits just north of Bayeux and was captured by British troops on the day of the landings Gold beach was just one of five target zones, including Juno, Sword, Omaha and Utah. Here Royal Marines land on Utah The collection belonged to the son of Captain Alexander Rodger who landed troops onto Gold beach in this ship during the attacks The pictures would have only been seen by the highest ranking generals and used to make 3D models Ian Carter, curator of the photographic archive at the Imperial War Museum, said the spy photos were taken in March 1944. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit