All things considered, this application makes a decent way to design photo collages. Setup goes smoothly enough, despite the large installer (packaged in a 13.7MB ZIP file). You use the icon labeled Image to open folders full of pictures, or you simply browse your PC using the Explorer-like file tree. And although Photo Collage supports most major image formats, it won't let you work with TIFFs. The main window provides features for rotating, copying, and pasting images, and clicking the Process icon lets you make tweaks such as adjusting a photo's brightness, contrast, and gamma. You'll even find a few basic effects and filters. You can add frames, masks, and text to the generated collage; change the color scheme of the background; and insert any type of image file into it. Folks with a creative slant are likely to find Photo Collage worth a look.
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