How to Make Photo Collage On Facebook

How To Make Photo Collage On Facebook - Heather published last week about how to utilize Statigram to produce a Facebook cover collage from your Instagram images. I thought I would share another choice for those that may not be on Instagram or might desire a custom collage to use as a desktop wallpaper.

How To Make Photo Collage On Facebook


I just change my desktop wallpaper as soon as a year (or less) and believed it was time to refresh up with some of my preferred Disney images. The first step is to congregate the photos you wish to utilize for your collage. If you utilize a program to organize your photos, then you most likely currently are familiar with using it to choose photos you desire to utilize and exporting them into a Folder. Because there are numerous various programs out there that do this, I won't cover those approaches here.

If you don't use an arranging program, no issue, you can go through your folders and select some images by CTRL+ clicking the images you want to use (holding down the CTRL secret while clicking) OR command+ clicking (if you are on Mac):.



Once all of your photos are chosen, press CTRL+C (command+ C on a Mac) to copy (or ideal click > copy), then best click and choose Produce New Folder, then inside that folder CTRL+V to paste the photos in that folder (or best click > paste.

As soon as all your photos are gathered, the enjoyable starts!

Picasa is a FREE program by Google that you can download and use to create easy collages. You can see a post on The Daily Digi everything about getting started and the different functions of the program.

I keep all of my images on external harddrives since I have A LOT of them and cannot fit them on my maker. I also prefer to only utilize my machine for saving and running programs, this assists keep it quick. So, after setting up (which was surprisingly QUICKLY and EASY-- YAY) I picked for Picasa to just search My Files,

My Photos, and Desktop. The factor I did this is because 1) I use another program for picture organization and do not require all of my photos arranged in Picasa too 2) It would take method too long. This way, I would have the ability to include a folder of pictures just create a collage.

To bring in the photos I desired to utilize, I picked "Import":.



Then, chosen to import from "Folder ...":.



I navigated to the folder where my pictures were saved, chosen open, then selected Import All at the bottom of the window:.



This is exactly what Picasa appeared like after it was done importing those images:.



In the bottom of the above window, you can see a spot to add a Folder Title, go ahead and enter a name there. Then, choose "Import All" with the green check mark beside it.

The folder will appear in the Library tab in the top left corner.

Click the Create Collage icon. You can utilize the default settings or have fun with different things to see exactly what you like. If you are producing a Facebook Cover, you will wish to alter the Page Format to Customized and get in the measurements 851 × 315. If you are creating wallpaper, you can utilize the [16:10] Widescreen Screen default setting in Page Format OR right click your desktop (Windows), select Screen Resolution and see exactly what size you need to make your wallpaper.

When you get everything set the way you desire, if you are producing a wallpaper, then click on the Desktop Background and it will save the collage to your harddrive as well as conserve it as your wallpaper. If you are creating a Facebook cover, then click Export and conserve. Here's what my wallpaper looked like when I was done:.



I LOVE it! So QUICKLY and so EASY! So lots of magic memories captured with individuals I enjoy, that I can take pleasure in each day on my computer How To Make Photo Collage On Facebook!

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