Create a Collage in Photoshop Elements

It's simple to create a photo collage in Photoshop Elements using the Create Tab. This collage could be printed used on a paper or hybrid page, or you could open the PSD and add in some digital supplies. Of course, you could keep it simple and just stick with the finished collage.

Watch the video and see how it's done:

      1. Open the photos you can to include inin Photoshop Elements
      2. Select the Create tab  on the right of screen.
      3. Click Photo Collage
      4. Select a size and theme.
      5. Select Autofill With Selected Images.
      6. Click OK.The project opens in the Edit workspace. You can modify the design using the Pages, Layouts, Artwork, and Text tabs in the Create panel.
      7. Add photos to the photo project.
      8. View and customize your photos by doing any of the following:
        • Reposition or resize a photo.
        • Rotate a photo.
        • Add or edit text.
        • Replace or remove a photo.
      9. Choose File > Save. Make sure you save it as a PSD so you can edit it later.
      10. Type a filename, and click Save.
      11. To print your photo collage out with a photo printing service, Save As a JPEG for printing.

        High quality JPEG

Don't have Photoshop Elements?

Here's how to achieve a similar look in Photoshop or Picasa.

Real World Photo Collage

Head over to Ella Publishing to real more about my Photo Collage project.

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About Melissa Shanhun

Melissa Shanhun is a Aussie mum of three and avid digital scrapbooker. She loves to show others how fun and easy it can be to record your precious memories with tech tools like Photoshop Elements.

  • barbara

    Thanks for having freebies! ! ! !
    I am 70 + and have a problem remembering all I need to do so it helps to have several things that repeat.

    • Melissa Shanhun

      No worries Barbara – I’m glad you enjoyed it. Is there anything else you’d like to learn?