Easy Trick on How to Instagram Collage
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There’s certainly a bit of a ‘trick’ to it Although, it’s not a very complicated one. Or, even, particularly hard to find. There are several methods that you can use as well. So, if you find that one isn’t working for you (or you’re looking for a very specific kind of aesthetic), then it might be helpful to have more than one or the other.
In this tutorial, we’ll be teaching you all of the different Instagram methods (as well as introducing some different third-party apps you can consider.)
Part 1 Easy Steps on Making a Collage on Instagram
First, we’ll be showing you how to make the most basic Instagram Story Collage — or, a form of it anyway This is a quick one, but it might not be one that you’ve heard of before. Since it’s quite obscure, and the use is limited. To start off this tutorial, by the way, we’re heading straight to Insta Story
01Step 1. Open Modes
First of all, open your Insta Story and open the Modes menu (usually found on the left-hand side of the screen.) You can play around with the features here or skip it entirely if you want the background to be an image.
02Step 2. Create Collage on Insta
For the sake of simplicity, we’ll be making a basic Instagram Story Collage with a flat background. This is possible by clicking the ‘Create’ Mode (found at the very top of the side-menu on the left.)
03Step 3. Choose Images for Insta Story Collage
Next, it’s time to add pictures. You can do this by selecting the ‘Camera Roll’ function on the bottom-left-hand corner of the screen.
04Step 4. Select Images for Instagram Collage
Select the photos that you want to use for your Insta Story Collage and click the ‘Next’ arrow that can be found on the bottom right-hand corner of the interface.
05Step 5. Edit and Post Instagram Collage
With this done, you can now edit and post your collage on your Instagram Story As you can see, the app automatically supplies a flat background that matches the look of your chosen images, so it’s quite useful
Part 2 Easy Steps on Making a Collage on Instagram Story Using the Layout Mode
For the first method, we were mainly free-forming our Instagram Collage. The options were quite limited too. However, with this next method, which makes use of the ‘Layout’ Mode on Insta Story, you’ll be able to control the exact look of your Instagram Collage before posting it onto your Insta Story
01Step 1. Open Layout Mode
To start off, select ‘Layout’ mode from the side-menu on the left.
02Step 2. Select Images from Camera Roll
Like before, you have the option of taking live photographs or using ones that were already taken by picking them out from your camera roll.
For our purposes, we’ve decided to make our Instagram Collage from images that were already in our camera roll.
03Step 3. Select Images One by One
Unlike the previous method, you’ll have to select images one by one (so that you can specify the placement of each photograph.) So, expect to repeat this step a couple of times based on the layout you choose.
04Step 4. Edit and Post Collage on Instagram
And so, we’ve finished teaching you how to make a photo collage in Instagram using ‘Layout’ Mode As you can see, once you’ve chosen all the images that you want, it’s ready for posting whenever you need it
Part 3 Trendy Apps to Create Collages for Instagram
To finish things off, we’ll be introducing some Instagram Collage Apps and other tools that you can use as an Instagram Collage Maker This list will be quite varied and is in no particular order. So, make sure to look through each one so that you can figure out which suits you the most (we guarantee that there should be something here for you)
Although primarily a video editing tool, Filmora manages to make its way into this list of ours for its well-stocked media library that you can use for creating quick Insta Story collages. Quite literally, this tool comes with everything you could possibly need, and then some, of course If you get it, it will only continue adding up in value for all the many things that you can achieve with it in your arsenal.
This next one is a premium photo editing tool that you can use online PicMonkey, as it’s called, is owned by ‘Shutterstock,’ which, again, makes it a great solution as a collage maker for Instagram simply for the benefit of having a media library right at your grasp. Of course, the fact that it is a premium software may douse your enthusiasm a bit, but nothing is wrong with at least checking out the FREE trial to get you ahead.
Canva is a popular online photo editing tool that is used by many freelancers on the web. Just like both Filmora and PicMonkey, it comes with a built-in media library that you can use as a resource for creating your Instagram Collages. Simple projects should be more than fine with the basic FREE version (though you might want to try Canva Pro regardless just to see the benefits of it firsthand.)
If you’re looking for an app-app. Like one for your phone. Then the Mojo Insta Story Collage Maker is one to consider. As you can see from the name, it’s perfect It also comes with a lot of built-in stickers and templates to make your finished collage look even better And, if you’re looking to create even more advanced stuff, one of its more recent updates include animated functions that should help add a little life to your social media content.
05Layout from Instagram
Layout should already be familiar to you from our previous tutorial But you might be surprised to know that this Instagram Collage Maker is actually available as its own stand-alone app. It’s totally legitimate and works exactly like the ‘Layout Mode’ that you see on your Instagram story. So, there’s no reason not to try it if you want a separate place to do your collage-making before posting it on your Insta Story.
PicCollage is your average, third-party collage maker that you just happen to be able to use with Instagram as well It comes with a lot of different templates and layouts (more than the basic ones that you get with a lot of general collage makers), and it offers ‘Freestyle Photo Editing’ so that you can make sure that your collage looks exactly how you want it to look.
If what you’re looking for is the ultimate ‘layouts’ resource, then Collage Maker may be the one that you want. With this app, not only do you have access to tons of different layouts, but you can also customize them at will Making them all the more versatile and perfect for any occasion or need.
If what you’re looking for is an Instagram Collage Maker that will work with your ‘Aesthetics’, then check out Unfold Unfold was designed to be ‘THE’ Instagram Story creator. It has everything you need in order to make aesthetic Instagram stories and feeds. Including a feature where you can schedule uploads to be posted automatically whenever you consider it to be relevant.
Story Chic is another Insta Story Collage maker that you can check if you’re looking to create those ‘aesthetic’ Instagram feeds and stories that you see all the top Instagram users make. It comes with lots of templates and layout options, some of which you probably won’t be able to see anywhere else
10 Grids: Giant Square, Templates
Grids, quite simply, is an Instagram Feed organizer. It’s perfect for making those complex Instagram Feed Collages — which is its primary use. But, even if you aren’t looking for that specifically, it also comes with templates for your Instagram Story So, you won’t be missing out there either.
● Key Takeaways from This Episode →
● Want to create a quick but aesthetic-looking Instagram Collage? Then you’re in luck There are methods that you can try out while directly on the Instagram app.
● The first method is simply to use the ‘Create’ mode to add existing photos from your camera roll. And the next is the ‘Layout’ mode which will allow you to make use of layouts for a more structured feel
● If neither of these quite tickle your fancy, then consider a third-party Instagram Collage app — we’ve included a list of them that may work for you