As part of that series we checked out Pixlr. At the time of our review Pixlr Express did not have a collage feature. In June 2012 a collage feature was introduced (though I've only just found out about it today).
Of late I've been using PicMonkey.com and ipiccy.com to quickly and easily make collages when using my computer but I think I'll be moving over to Pixlr Express as they offer more collage options.
I've been using Pixlr-o-matic on my smart phone ever since Aymie from Whimsy Art Photography told me about it. I've been using it to jazz up my instagram photos but today I've downloaded the Pixlr Express App. It boasts that the big difference between the two apps is that "you are in control, you decide on the intensity of the effects as well as the ability to rotate and flip the overlays and borders to fit your image better". I'll have a play with it and I'll let you know what I think.
I'm keen to see if they offer a collage feature within Smart Phone app as this would be very handy for instagram users and for many of us who are using our phone to capture images for our online businesses.
What do you use to create collages?
Review - Pixlr
Making Collages after picnik closes.
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