Creating photo collages are always fun, and making them with Pixlr might even be more enjoyable. If you are a proud owner of an Apple iPad, the why not head on to the App Store to download the aforementioned app? What you can do with it is that you can make collages by mixing and matching various photos from your photo library together, and you can even add some fun effects to it before you share it across the Internet for all your friends and family to see.
Pixlr Makes Creating Collages More Fun
So how can you start making your collages in Pixlr? First of all, and most obviously, you would have to launch the app from your iPad. Then, simply tap on the collage button. You will then be brought into a screen with the default layout, however you can choose any of the ones in the row just below the image of the default layout to select the layout you prefer. You can swipe to the left to see them all and pick one that would best suit your mood and/or your tastes.
You can then tap on each of the gray squares that are displayed that has the plus symbol in them. You are only allowed to tap on them one at a time but that’s not a total problem. Once tapped, you can choose a photo from your iPad’s Camera Roll. You can also take a look at the other albums found within your Apple tablet if you want to add them into the collage.
Once you’ve placed in all the photos into the collage, you can tap the next three buttons situated along the bottom row. Doing so will allow you to choose the space between your collage photos, as well as the roundness of the photo rectangles, and the aspect ratio of the final output of the Pixlr collage. Pressing either option will display a slider in which you can manually manipulate to change the aforementioned looks.
For the final step, tapping the color drop icon to the far right of the Pixlr app will let you choose a background color for the collage. Tapping on the Next button situated at the upper right of the app will let you save the settings that have been made to your current collage. However, do note that tapping on Next will set the changes in stone. In other words, you won’t be able to change any more of the previous settings once you do.