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Creating Collages with Photo Editor 6

2013-07-09 20:47:00 GMT

Not to be confused with the collage effect, we’re going to show you how to create a fun photo collage with ACDSee Photo Editor 6.

Photo Editor 6 is the only ACDSee product that will work with Object Layers. If you’re a beginer, its easiest to start with a template. Go to File | New From Template and choose the template that you like best. For this tutorial we’re using VickiStegall-Kiss-Explode, but feel free to choose any template you like.





You can use the tools and Color Picker to enhance the design like we did here. Once you are happy with your design and color scheme, you can arrange the photo boxes.

To add your images you go to File | Place.
Select the photo that you want to place, or CTRL + click to select multiple images and press Place.
Move the place cursor to the location in the work area where you want to place your photo, then click.





And Voila! You have created a fun collage!

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Top 5 Facebook Pages Every Photographer Should 'Like'

2013-01-31 19:06:00 GMT

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1.ACD Systems
ACD Systems is one of the largest and most respected independent digital editing and management companies in the world. ‘Like’ the facebook page for photography tips and tricks as well as great deals on ACDSee software.

2. About.com - Photography
Part of the NY Times family, About.com Photography covers all things related to photography including: lessons, tips, contests, reviews and a great photo forum.

3.What the Duck
What the Duck is an online comic about photographers, for photographers. With five plus years of fan favorite comic strips you can be assured you’ll have a good laugh!

4.Photography Tips
This is a great page for photography enthusiasts looking to learn and share new tips and tricks. It’s not just tips and tricks though, they also have a lot of fun contests and great photos.

5.Natsumi Hayashi
Just for fun, ‘like’ Natsumi Hayashi and follow her as she creates whimsical and unforgettable levitating photos. According to Hayashi, keeping both feet on the ground is overrated.

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