Collage makers have recently become very popular. There are enough online collage creators, take Photovisi, for example, and desktop applications to organize your pictures into a wonderful mess. Today I suggest that we have a look at one tool that can be installed on your computer and can be used even without the Internet access.
PhotoScape is great free photo editing software that can resize pictures, make photo mosaics, slides, change image backgrounds and perform other advanced image manipulations like pictures overlaying. But PhotoScape editor has one small peculiarity. Every time you save an edited picture, PhotoScape creates an additional folder called “Originals” where it puts the original not-edited image copy (see on the screenshot above). Thus, with each photo editing attempt, the number of image duplicates increases on your computer and you may run out free hard disk space at some point.
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PhotoScape is probably #1 ranked free photo editor. Although, it’s often recommended for basic photo editing, PhotoScape hides lots of useful features for advanced photo enhancement. Previously, we reviewed its solutions for changing photo background, today we will explain how to place one image above another one or speaking more professionally “how to overlay two images” in PhotoScape.
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Nowadays almost each hand-held gadget has a camera to make photos. The photo files usually need some photo editing. Let’s learn how to edit photos. There are plenty of photo editing tools for all skill levels: simple online photo editors, middle-level desktop picture editors, or advanced Adobe PhotoShop. This article is devoted to PhotoScape, free easy-to-use photo software, which helps view, edit photos, make photo slides, and create animated gifs of good quality. Photo editing turns out to be fun and amusing journey into photography world with PhotoScape.
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Sometimes it’s a dire necessity because you have to calm down a child who is very upset. Sometimes it’s also a dire necessity because you need to calm down yourself and it’s a good idea just to paint a coloring page. Sometimes it’s a really funny game for adults to make the craziest painting in the world.
I have just downloaded the latest version of the program and was expecting to overview the common 20 or 30 page samples to place your pics in various configurations. And I was shocked when I had to grab my mobile and switch on the calculator to count the exact mosaic templates number.