Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Make Funny Collages Online with FancyPix


I am occasionally checking the popularity of my posts to understand what is drawing the biggest public interest on this blog. One topic, which has the obvious leadership in amount of the unique visitors, is the funny online image editors. When I need to prepare fast fresh collage or greeting card, I am frequently use these service myself, so I can share this fascination of what can you do with your own picture with no slight experience with graphic editing, and in matter of minutes. Developed technology helps to improve the quality and speed of picture rendering, and multiple competing sites drive the developers’ efforts to offer fresh insight and new backgrounds.

Today, I would like to present FancyPix, one of the sites, offering you funny collage making opportunities. Authors present about 100 standard templates you can use for the picture modification, including animated themes; several advanced tools, like butterfly on the picture or animated text; section, featuring magazine covers; and about 50 face recognition templates.

While the variety of the standard templates is not outstanding, the picture operation is simple and gives several features, not available on some other sites: you can easily crop, rotate, and resize the image to choose the suitable scene to be inserted. Two examples:

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The face recognition section also offers some nice opportunities for the original image manipulation: you can drag, resize, and rotate you photo. You can also adjust brightness, contrast, hue and saturation to make your photo look more authentic. Here are two examples. They are not perfect, but I did not spend more than one minute for each of these experiments.

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You may want to register for the site to save your creations online, but that is totally optional, since you can always save the resulting images to your Hard Drive. One more good thing, I can say about the service – when you load your picture, it will be preserved in site memory, so you can try multiple effects without its reloading, which saves time significantly.



If you like FancyPix, you may like the similar sites as well:

2 comments:

Ara said...

Good day!
I'm looking for any contact details (email, phone number or mail

address)of the website owner or marketing person that I can communicate

with for possible business venture on website income opportunities. We

are very much interested to do business with you. Please send me an

email together with your website name and I'll be glad to call you to

discuss this matter.
Thank you

arazeilia@yourmediaguru.com

Michael Pekker (AKA Nesher) said...

Hi Ara,

You can contact me through the following email: nesher99(at)gmail.com

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