Tool2Try: Free Collage Maker – Photovisi Review

photovisiNeed to spice up the images on your blog post? Consider making a collage. Collage is a popular art form that is not only appealing visually but also versatile.

In this post I will share and review a collage maker tool that is free called Photovisi. Photovisi brings the art of collage to the digital world so users can create their own collages without modifying the original photos.

Photovisi Features

All you need to do when using Photovisi is choose a template, upload your photos and download the end result. Photovisi features consist of:

  • Library of collage templates
  • Ability to add text to your canvas
  • Ability to change the canvas background
  • Create a collage using your own photos
  • Download and print the finished collage
  • Design a collage in three steps
  • Access all Photovisi features for free

Photovisi in Action

Here is a video demo of Photovisi which I found on YouTube. It is about 3:30 minutes in length.

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Convey a Message By Adding Text with Photovisi

Don’t forget you can use collages any place in social media you can add images. Don’t forget to add text to your collage canvas to convey a message you want. Photovisi definitely has the feature to add text and you can change the font style and size to emphasize any messaging you want to add to your collage canvas.

In fact, you can also use Photovisi to add text to one photo if you don’t want to create a collage. Simply insert the photo as a background image, and then use the text feature on Photovisi to add your message.

Here are some ideas on where you can combine image and text:

  • Facebook cover photo
  • LinkedIn showcase headers
  • Inspirational quotes
  • Business quotes
  • Ad Banners
  • Website headers

Post Images in Social Media

Social media are becoming increasingly visual. Images or posts with images achieve exponentially higher engagement levels than just plain text. Suggested places in Social Media where you can post you’re newly created images are:

  • Blog posts
  • Image post on Twitter Timeline
  • Image post on Facebook Timeline
  • Image post on LinkedIn company and profile updates
  • Image post on Google plus updates
  • Pin into Pinterest board

Please note the above list contain suggestions and is not at all a comprehensive list.

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