Digital photo editing? I need a tool to drag and drop several images to be printed as one?

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zachmir says:


I have accumulated hundreds of digital photos over the years and I want to have them printed to add to my kids’ scrapbooks but the cost would probably kill me LOL! Does anyone know of a free software I can use so I could drag and drop several images to be printed as one? I’ve already edited the images using Photo!Editor but this is the one last tool I need to cut my printing expenses to some degree of reasonability. Please help? Thanks.

Tags: Digital Editing, Drag And Drop, Images, Photo Editor, Scrapbooks, Tool

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5 Responses to “Digital photo editing? I need a tool to drag and drop several images to be printed as one?”

  1. . :Michael: .
    June 24th, 2009

    You can get Windows Live Photo Gallery from which may help you accomplish your task.

  2. Daniel S
    June 24th, 2009

    You also may be able to do it using photoshop, but there may be a better way. Rather than buying hundreds of sheets of photopaper, you could buy one digital picture frame and set up the photos on a rotation. They sell HD wireless digital frames at Ceiva which I believe would accomplish the task.

  3. cardiff1944
    June 24th, 2009

    You can create a digital scrapbook page or pages at CropMom (http://www.cropmom.com). CropMom is free to use. But if you want to print your layouts, you should purchase the high-resolution, print-quality JPEG files of your layouts. It’s very inexpenisve. In fact, it’s MUCH less expensive than purchasing software such as Adobe Photoshop Elements, which you really would need to create a decent digital scrapbook page.

    You can use CropMom, and if you like your layouts, then you can purchae the JPEG files for printing.

    CropMom lets you add your own text. It has thousands of scrapbook graphics you can use. You can rotate and resize photos. You can add frames. And it’s easy to use.

  4. bobo
    June 24th, 2009

    GIMP is good, but very complicated for a beginner. I suggest Photofiltre – its cheap and very clear and simple to use.

    You will have to learn a few basic functions – how to create a new blank image (the first step) , how to resize your photos, then to copy and paste them into your blank image. Then you’ll need to learn how to move them around to fit nicely as a collage.

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    June 24th, 2009

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