Christmas Week Special: Picture Collage Maker Pro Free Giveaway

As photos sharing become the norm is our everyday life, photos collaging has also become a favourite hobby of us. We have previously reviewed 5 photo collage software and Photovisi. Today, we are going to take a look at Picture Collage Maker and see how it stakes up against the rest.

Just like any other photo collage software, Picture Collage Maker is a simple-to-use Windows program that turns ordinary photos and pictures into beautiful collage. It comes with several templates, so you can easily create collages, scrapbooks, posters, invitations, calendars, and greeting cards with just a few clicks.

Templates

The best thing about Picture Collage Maker is the number of templates that you can use. From the dropdown list, you can find templates for Calendar, Greeting Cards, Layout, Jumble or Simple. If you like none of the template, you can even start from scratch and design your own.

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Drag and drop design

Picture Collage Maker is really easy to use. Once you have selected your template (or open a blank page), all you have to do is to drag and drop the respective photos/pictures to the template and apply the frames, masks, and various effects to the collage. You will be surprised how quickly you can get a stunning collage out in minutes.

Just like Photoshop, all the effects are layered. You can experiment with all the effects, and if you don’t like it, just delete the respective layers.

Multiple options to export your collage

After you have finished the collage, you can either save it as a project file for future updating, or save it as a picture. Better still, you can set it as the wallpaper, send by email to a friend or get it printed on a t-shirt or mug.

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Picture Collage Maker Pro

Damien Damien

Damien Oh started writing tech articles since 2007 and has over 10 years of experience in the tech industry. He is proficient in Windows, Linux, Mac, Android and iOS, and worked as a part time WordPress Developer. He is currently the owner and Editor-in-Chief of Make Tech Easier.

One comment

  1. Looks like some great software! I have never won anything before, I hope this is my first.

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