Going to a festival is a fun experience but the photos usually just get left on your phone or camera. This is where Smart Photo Editor’s Montage creator is amazing.
Create a montage that you can have as a screen background or print out and frame, and it’s much easier than you would think. On opening up Smart Photo Editor, click File>New Montage.Choose your size and don’t worry too much about your background color, click OK.
Untick the Border tab if you don’t want a border.Now you get to pick the Texture (background) for your montage. Flick through narrowing down the search if you want and click OK once you have picked.This texture is called Wood grain textures 002 F6.
On the left hand side click the New button, and chose your first image. Click the Move, Rotate and Scale button on the left hand side. Resize your image and move to where you want it rotating if you wish.
If you want your photos to be Polaroid style, check out this tutorial.Once the first image if where you want do the same for the next images one at a time.You can go back and move previous images by clicking on their layer on the left.Once you are happy with where you have placed all your image, all that is left to do is save your montage and a Jpeg and as a session incase you want to go back and change something later.
As a professional photographer, you may be wondering how you can offer a good deal to your Class of 2015 Seniors for their high school senior portraits this coming year, and still be competitive.
One way you can do this is to offer them some unique portrait editing and photo effects with Smart Photo Editor.
The photography software is full of great, creative effects for all kinds of images.
Check out the Portrait Pro blog for some of our other ideas, but why not use Smart Photo Editor to create some cool montages for flyers, and use them to promote your business to local schools.
It’s really easy to create a flyer with Smart Photo Editor. The software guides you easily through the process. Simply select from the File menu, New Montage. For details on how to create a Basic montage, see our earlier post.
Use your portrait editing skills, and Portrait Pro 12 to enhance your subjects. Then use Smart Photo Editor to get some really cool effects on their images. You can even make composite images to put them in a different background. Check it out here.
You’ll be the most innovative and interesting Seniors’ portrait photographer in the area.