I always have problems choosing my favourite photo’s of my kids to send to their grandparents. I have been known to take over 100 pictures in an afternoon, just trying to get that perfect shot…and of course, being a mommy I think every picture of my kids is priceless and worth sharing (even if the rest of the world doesn’t think so).
Sending multiple files is time consuming and when I’m emailing files they are often returned due to file size limitations. That’s why I was excited to try out the CollageIT software from Pearl Mountain. This is an awesome little piece of software that quickly creates picture collages for you.
It is so easy to use. You can make awesome collages in minutes. I just picked my the pictures that I wanted to use and put them in their own folder. Then I opened the software, picked a template from the pop-up window and started adding my images.
The software allows you to customize your collage. You can adjust the background, crop the pictures, change the rotation, distance between the pictures, and make many other adjustments.
I love the fact that you can tell a story with your collage or just make one of all your favourite images. I made one of the day we made our homemade doughnuts. It was a lot of fun arranging the photo’s to send to the grandparents. By making a collage I was able to combine all my favourite photos into one and just send a single image.
CollageIT exports your finished product at print resolution. You can send it for friends and family via email or share it on Flickr and Facebook.
There are a couple of things I wish the software offered. I would like to be able to load a saved project and add captions to photo’s. I do find that I have to re-enter my license code from time to time when I go to use certain features like re-sizing my image.
CollageIT makes it so simple to create collages that anyone can do it!
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The makers of CollageIT have given me 15 codes to giveaway! Giveaway open to US and Canadian residents and closes 12:01 AM, June 24th, 2012.
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