iPiccy has many powerful and easy to use photo editing tools right in your browser. Auto adjust photos in one click, crop, rotate and resize images in no time. Over 100+ photo effects and PRO-level photo enhancements, facial retouching and frames. This is definitely the best place for your pictures!
Create stunning photo collages with iPiccy innovative collage maker. Numerous templates and adjustments make the creating proccess easy and really fun! Change collage template, background color, size, cell roundness and much more to build a true masterpiece in seconds!
One of the best and easy online graphic design tool you can get. Add text, overlays and stickers, apply vector masks and stunning text effects to create the most unique designs for any purpose.
How to Make a Collage
1)Click Start Editing Now when you first open iPiccy.
2)Click Create a Collage and allow local storage (don’t worry this just makes the process of uploading multiple photos easier!)
3)Select your Spacing and Roudness, this is the space between the pictures you use, and the sharpness of the photo borders respectively.
Higher Spacing and Roundness
4) Select your Resolution/Proportions you can do this at the top left where it says Proportions. You can also select it at at the top middle where it says Custom Size. Your resolution will be based on where you plan on displaying the collage. If you’re looking to post it on Facebook, we have a guide for Facebook resolutions.
5) Next upload your photos, by clicking the Add Images button at the top left. I suggest adding more than you need as you don’t know which ones will make the collage and which won’t.
6) Select your Layout and you’re ready to go. Keep in mind if you decide to have one square bigger than the other it’ll be seen as the one to emphasize.
7) After that it’s as simple as dragging and dropping your photos in the slot that you want them in!
When to Make a Collage
So when should we make a collage? Collages are great for remembering a significant period, commemorating an event, or creating a community feeling. It’s often why you see them at weddings, anniversaries, college brochures, camps, and in some cases funerals.
Courtesy: Mike Tewkesbury, via flickr
It seems pretty obvious, at this point you’re itching to start making your own collages to honor memories, trips, first times, and community moments.