Sunday, September 7, 2014

Collage Creations

Margaret Gibson at Reflections on The Teche invites others to share some of the technology they find that could be useful, in and out of the classroom. I haven't shared in a few weeks, but always like reading what others share so I can learn about new ways others are using technology.
It's Digilit Sunday!
            I love making picture collages, have one as my desktop picture, have created them as gifts, and use them on my blog. In May, here, I shared Kizoa, an app that includes movement and sound. It's great, too.  Yet, I'm always looking for something easy and free to create a different look. A more recent app that I've used is Fotor, also user friendly, and it has good options for the look of the collage. It is also a photo editor, and Fotor.com has been much fun to play with using different photo topics. Here are a few examples using some shadow pictures.







8 comments:

  1. Linda, thanks for sharing this app. Is it on the iPad or can you use it online? Have you seen Kim Douillard's photo challenges. I think you would enjoy playing along.
    Thanks for linking up today.

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    1. I should look for Kim's challenges. No, haven't seen them! I use this app on my mac, but it's also available on the IPad & IPhone, also android devices!

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  2. I really like the circles option. I use A Beautiful Mess for most of my collages but love exploring other free options.

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    1. Thanks for still another idea! I'll look for it!

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  3. Linda, thank you for providing other apps to integrate technology with literacy. I am so blessed to have you as a collaborator on the journey to impact teaching and learning. I am sure that your classroom is a place of active learning. My offering is at http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2014/09/continue-to-relax-reflect-recharge-on.html.

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    1. So happy you enjoyed this, Carol. I'll check out your post, too!

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  4. Those are so cool! I haven't tried many photo apps. This inspires me to want to!

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    1. Thanks Holly-I just love messing around with them, & sometimes have a specific purpose, too!

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