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Monday, February 22, 2016
FotoJet Photo Collage Website Review
I reviewed FotoJet, a photo collage website, similar to Canva or PicMonkey.
First, you can sign up for the site, using your email or Facebook. Then, you can choose if you want classic collages or a creative collage. A classic collage is a simple collage. The layouts are grids, up to 16 squares for your photos. You can upload your photos from the computer or Facebook, once you choose classic or a creative collage.
A creative collage is simple collages with a bang. The collages have colorful backgrounds, such as a sofa with the photos seen on the wall or your photos seen on a rubix cube.
You also can play with fonts and background colors.
A neat feature is to check the box, which says keep photos while changing templates. This box is located under the templates. If you do not check the box, you will have to upload the photos again. You also can not save the photos to Fotojet permanently, like Canva. You will have to save the photos and download to your computer.
Next, you place the photos in the collage, you can crop; layer; add an effect; duplicate: rotate and flip; and delete. Under the effects, you can add filters; change opacity; and change exposure. You also can adjust advance options, such as brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue, plus reset everything.
The site is easy to use and free.