21 Photo Collage Examples with Steps to Make Them Easily
A photo collage combines a group of photos to create a single image. You can use it in many ways — such as decorating the home or building a unique memory from multiple pictures taken at an event.
Collages come in many different formats. Besides, you can make a collage from a couple of pictures or create a collage comprising hundreds of photos!
In this article, we will show you more than 20 different example collages. We will also provide information on how to quickly and easily make these sample collages using TurboCollage.
Do you remember the old-school photo collaging trick where you'd randomly sprinkle photo prints on top of each other? A photo pile is a digital version of that!
While creating a photo pile, you can customize photo positioning, pictures' top to bottom order, and the number of images used. You can also add text to your collage.
A photo mosaic collage combines photos in a grid of unequal cells. It might seem challenging to make such an arrangement from many pictures. But TurboCollage can do this for you in a single click!
Here're a couple of examples:
You can make collages with any number of photos. You can make a collage with just two pictures and a collage with 100 or more images.
Here's a collage with more than 100 pictures:
You can make photo collages where each picture is placed inside a shape, such as hearts, circles, squares, hexagons, octagons, and triangles.
Here're a couple of samples:
A side-by-side photo places pictures side-by-side! You can put any number of images side-by-side; mostly, you'd put two, three, or four. You can combine pictures either horizontally or vertically.
A photo gallery collage comes in two formats, as shown in the example collages below. The first format puts pictures in rows. The second format sets images in columns.
Often, Collage makers want to focus on a central image in their creations. TurboCollage lets you design such a collage, as shown in the sample collage below.
Zig-zag photo collages are a fun way to share photos on social media. Here's an example:
A mood board is a collage commonly used in the entertainment & design industry. It is made for the design team to develop ideas during the creative process.
A photo grid is a collage of photos arranged in a grid of rows and columns. You can make small 2x2 grids, large photo grids with many pictures, and everything in between!
An instant photo collage is a collage that arranges instant photos in a pile. Here's a simple example:
The hexagon is a 6-sided polygon with all sides equal in length. A hexagon photo collage looks aesthetically pleasing and is easy to create in TurboCollage.
Here's an example of a hexagon collage:
An example circle photo collage is shown below. You can make a collage with a uniform distribution of equal-sized circles or a collage with randomly spread different-sized circles.
A diamond photo collage works well on people's headshots. Here's an example:
Pinterest is an excellent social network for people interested in arts, crafts, fashion, design, etc. Since Pinterest has a relatively thin column-based format, its users gravitate more towards long pins with engaging graphics. You can easily make tall, attention-catching Pinterest Pin images using TurboCollage.
More photo collage examples
With TurboCollage, you can make collage photos that will surprise even the most seasoned professionals — the possibilities are endless. This section will provide some more examples of photo collages made using TurboCollage.
You can use a photo collage as a simple greeting card like the one shown below:
A comp card is commonly used by models to quickly and easily represent themselves. It contains the model's name, contact information, and recent work samples in the form of images.
Here's a straightforward comp card made using TurboCollage:
The collage examples shown above are only a few of the numerous possible using TurboCollage. Moreover, TurboCollage's ease of use makes it an ideal tool for novices and designers alike.
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