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How to Make a Collage on Google Slides
Google Slides is a great tool for people who want to share data, information or fun facts and express their creativity at the same time. When creating a presentation with Google Slides you can add music, videos, infographics and pictures! Do you want to know how you can add pictures in a more fun way? In this post you are going to learn how to create a collage in Google Slides!
Creating a collage in Google Slides
- First things first: you need to choose the presentation that is going to be your canvas! For this tutorial, we have used the template Colorful Collage Pictures Newsletter,choose your favourite one from our website and download it!
- Choose the pictures you want to add to your collage. You can get them for free at our sister website Freepik.
- Insert the pictures in the slide.
- Now it’s time for you to get creative. Readjust the shape and the size of the pictures and organize them so that they tell a story. Did you know that a picture is worth a thousand words?
Pro tip: notice how there are lines that guide you when moving and resizing the pictures? They help you keep a structured balance in your composition. Use them to make your design more cohesive or ignore them if you want a more carefree approach!
Those are the steps that our designers followed to create such cool compositions like Beautiful Intimate Collage Theme for Marketing and Formal Blue Feeling Collage MK Campaign. Do you want to try to create your own design? Download a template from our website and put your new skills into practise!
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