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Templates for collages?

photodad1photodad1 Registered Users Posts: 566 Major grins
edited July 21, 2013 in Finishing School
I just finished a newborn photo shoot and was wondering where I can find or purchase templates for collages?

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    mercphotomercphoto Registered Users Posts: 4,550 Major grins
    edited July 16, 2013
    Red Boot Design comes to mind, redbootdesign.com. Or https://theshoppedesigns.com.
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    ziggy53ziggy53 Super Moderators Posts: 23,858 moderator
    edited July 16, 2013
    I moved this to the Finishing School forum, since I think that we're talking about software related ...?
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    divamumdivamum Registered Users Posts: 9,021 Major grins
    edited July 16, 2013
    Picasa - one of the reasons I keep it on the hard drive is for the collages.

    Loads of free templates for the LR print module (just use "print to file" to save it as a jpg) - just google lightroom storyboards (collages, or print templates)

    Free Photoshop templates from Coffeeshop blog, Florabella, MCP and many others

    Fundy

    Blogstomp

    That should keep you supplied for a while!
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    photodad1photodad1 Registered Users Posts: 566 Major grins
    edited July 16, 2013
    divamum wrote: »
    Picasa - one of the reasons I keep it on the hard drive is for the collages.

    Loads of free templates for the LR print module (just use "print to file" to save it as a jpg) - just google lightroom storyboards (collages, or print templates)

    Free Photoshop templates from Coffeeshop blog, Florabella, MCP and many others

    Fundy

    Blogstomp

    That should keep you supplied for a while!

    Thanks!
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    rangefinderrangefinder Registered Users Posts: 1 Beginner grinner
    edited July 20, 2013
    Instead of purchasing templates, why not give a try to a good collage program? I use Picture Collage Maker Pro and it's a great tool to create high quality sophisticated collages for any kind of photography. Tons of wonderful templates are available with this software. And it's easy to use too.

    http://www.pearlmountainsoft.com/picture-collage-maker/
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    mercphotomercphoto Registered Users Posts: 4,550 Major grins
    edited July 21, 2013
    They also have a Mac version, available from the Mac App store, including a "Lite" version for free to try first if you want.
    Bill Jurasz - Mercury Photography - Cedar Park, TX
    A former sports shooter
    Follow me at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bjurasz/
    My Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/mercphoto?ref=hdr_shop_menu
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    ZBlackZBlack Registered Users Posts: 337 Major grins
    edited July 21, 2013
    I think it's called Blog Collage by Fundy software and it has some pretty great reviews. Haven't used it personally yet. Lots of templates you can purchase all around of course too.
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