A digital photo expert can edit, enhance or transform a digital photo into just about anything he or she wants. But you’re not a digital photo expert, are you? Don’t worry. The good people over at FotoJet have you covered.
FotoJet basic edits and pre-made designs
FotoJet is an online service that lets you do all kinds of cool (and fun) things with your photos. You can do basic edits like resizing, cropping or rotating your photo or you can enhance your photo by adding text or clipart, or applying a filter to it.
There’s also specific pre-made designs for things like YouTube banners, Facebook covers, cards, flyers, invitations and even posters.
FotoJet photo collage
But personally, I think the real fun with FotoJet is making a photo collage. To make your collage, you simply start with one of the pre-made designs. There are dozens of designs to select from including super fun ones that let you add your pictures to a comic or feature yourself on the cover of a magazine.
Once you select your design, you can upload your photos from your computer or choose to link FotoJet to your Facebook account to pull photos in from there. Then you just drag and drop your photos on to the design. You can do a host of things to your photo once you add it to your collage like resize it, crop it, apply a filter and more.
Here’s a fun collage I created featuring a bunch of donuts and yours truly, Mr. Noobie.
You can also add text and clipart with ease. Text choices include pre-made designs (font, color, shadows, etc) and the clipart is categorized (Shape, Love, Embellishment, Celebration, Lifestyle, Nature, Holiday, Misc) to make finding one you like easy.
Here’s me with my dog Fifa dressed up a bit for the holidays/
As you can see, FotoJet allows you to download your finished work to your computer. It’s a simple matter of clicking the Save button and then choosing the image quality and assigning your new creation a file name.
FotoJet is free to use but there are certain design elements that are only available via a monthly ($4.99/mo) or annual ($34.99/yr) subscription. The premium subscription also gives you custom canvas sizes and allows you to save and load your projects as well as priority support service and an ad-free experience.
To check out FotoJet for yourself, visit www.fotojet.com.
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