Shape Collage Maker 3.61
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Shape Collage Maker is an automatic photo collage maker that lets you create picture collages in less than a minute with just a few mouse clicks. Shape Collage Maker creates collages using an intelligent machine learning algorithm that automatically places the photos in the collage and can arrange the photos to form different shapes. You can even save the collage as an Adobe Photoshop PSD file and edit the collage afterwards in Photoshop. You love taking photos. You have hundreds, probably thousands on your computer, phone, and tablet. Now what? Use Shape Collage Maker to take your photos and make a beautiful and unique photo collage in any shape that you want in just seconds! Fantastic for making cards, posters, wallpapers, or even billboards. Shape Collage Maker creates a collage by taking a bunch of photos and moving them around on a page so that they form a shape. When arranging the photos, they should be spread apart as far as possible so that you can see each one. The photos should cover the entire shape. Shape Collage Maker uses a very simple and fast machine learning algorithm to arrange the photos in the collage. It's not perfect, but it does a pretty good job. The basic idea is to throw a bunch of photos on a page and then one at a time, move each photo away from the other photos, while still staying inside of the shape. Keep doing this until the photos are evenly spaced throughout the shape.