- Add photos ...
Delete all photos
How to make a Photo Collage - FAQs
Are my photos big enough? (Quality Check)
Just hover over the added photo: a green smiley means that your picture is suitable for printing.
Note: Our collage maker only supports JPEG photos.
Can I edit, rotate and cut my photos?
Yes! Click on the image and select the edit symbol. Here, you can rotate, cut and turn your photo into black & white.
Can I save my photo collage?
Absolutely! You can save your photo collage and edit it later on.
Just click the green floppy disk icon, enter your mail address and you will get a link with your stored collage.
Can I add a text or message?
Can I invite a friend for adding photos and co-creating the collage?
Yes! You can share your project with a friend or family member by simply clicking ön "Invite a friend" and entering his or hers eMail address. Your friend can either just add photos to your project or edit the collage.
That is totally up to you and the settings you choose.
Is there a limit to the number of images?
How large is the digital file of my collage?
After having created your collage you can buy a high resolution digital file. The JPEG file is available in three different quality versions - up to 20 megapixels. The file is suitable for almost any printing method.
Can I send my collage as eCard?
Yep! After purchasing a digital file you can send as many eCards as you want. Of course, you can also print your collage as often as you want.
Can I also order a print of my collage?
We only offer digital photo collages - but as high resolution files. So you can easily have your collages printed with any printing shop. Our quality check will make sure that you'll get the best printing file possible.
If the uploaded photos have the same colour space (here orange, brown), the collage will look more smoothly.
This can be done if you take photos from the same series of pictures.
If the uploaded photos have the same colour as the background (here white), the collage grid will disappear due to „blind spots“.
By using pictures with a different colour setting you can clearly see the collage grid.
Avoid using images that are too detailed.
Use clear and easily recognisable image content.
If people look out of the collage, the result may seem less associated.
Do people look into the centre of the collage the result will be more balanced.
A collage will look even more smoothly if there is an overall topic (here wedding).
Popular topics are birthdays, weddings, holidays and graduations.
Both the background colour und text colour can be edited.
Make sure that the background colour won't draw attention away from the collage.
The multiple usage of single images can harmonize a collage and also create a fun game: Find the match.
The more images your collage has the better it will work.
If faces are cut you may loose the most important content.
No cut faces will lead to an aesthetic result.