Tutorial to Make Collage Photo Effects

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Step 7
Add the same layer style to the second collage photos; give it white Stroke and Drop Shadow.

divide photo into collage - photoshop tutorial 9

add the same layer style as before

Step 8
Repeat step 2 until 4 to make one more collage photo. You can do this again if you want more of the collage photo. I just make 3 in this Photoshop tutorial.
The location of each photo, base on your selection, will make a nice effect. Be creative to discover another spot to make your own new Photoshop collage layouts.

divide photo into collage - photoshop tutorial 10

make collage layers again

Result of Photoshop Tutorial to Make Collage Photo Effect

Here is the result of this Photoshop tutorial. You can do this collage effect in Photoshop CS4, CS5, or even the previous version. I hope you can creating your own photograph divided into collage photos right now. You can make the background white, or just desaturate it to make it black and white effect as these following two results.

divide photo into collage result 1 - white background

divide photo into collage result 1 - white background

divide photo into collage result 1 - black and white background

divide photo into collage result 1 - black and white background

Learn more about Photoshop CS4 tutorial to make white photo border so you can add nicer border for your photo collage.

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13 Responses to “Tutorial to Make Collage Photo Effects”

  • Al says:

    Can you just stop with these tutorials? All you’re doing is encouraging amateurs to add tacky and tasteless effects to their images, and that’s how ugly digital art is made in batches and batches nowadays. In some cases you have the right idea, but the technique you use leaves an unattractive result that Photoshop newbies will eat right up. Leave the Photoshop tutorials to people who have some artistic taste.

  • Will says:

    She looked uglier when up close

  • Diana says:

    If you are going to make a tutorial, don’t leave parts out! After following this, I was left with a white space under the sections that I marqueed.

    • @Diana: If you get a white space, I suppose you are in transforming the marquee process. Please try to use Select > Transform Selection. I am afraid you are using Edit > Free Transform, so you are rotating the image itself, not the selection; so it give you the white background of the photo.

  • [...] 365 Project.   Upon coming home and uploading the photos from my camera, I did a little search for doing a collage in Photoshop CS5.  The result that I found, and played with, is not what I had in mind, but a new skill just the [...]

  • josue says:

    thank you for these tutorial was very helpful for me
    thank you for your time!
    Whatever you do, good or bad,bad people will have something negative to say

  • Kathie says:

    Al: If it wasn’t for the amateurs adding tacky and tasteless effects to their images, no one would know how good the rest of you are. So you guys just go on producing your wonderful art and leave the rest of us to being able to make you feel superior. OK? Everybody’s gotta be somewhere. BTW, where is your tutorial located? I’d love to learn how to do stuff like you do.
    Bob: ::I don’t think a pro slaves over his computer trolling tutorials.:: Evidently Al does. How does that work? He certainly isn’t busy making tutorials for us tacky amateurs.

  • buntybaba says:

    thanx dear……………:)

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