Photo Collage Chrome Or Firefox Extension

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  1. Diane Lane

    Diane Lane Very Well-Known Member
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    Does anyone have or know of a good (free) photo collage extension for Chrome, or the same for Firefox? I can't remember what they're called on Firefox, since Chrome is my primary browser. I'm looking for something where I can either just click each picture and add it to a collage, or maybe do some sort of screenshot that I can then edit. The purpose is so I can post collections of my items on my various social media sites. Thanks in advance!
     
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    I want to be of help but I'm not savvy with browsers. All I use for photo editing is Adobe Photoshop. It is simpler for me since I had been using that since a long time ago although my usual hunt for Photoshop is the simple re-sizing of picture and the brightness and contrast only. This is actually the first time that I've heard of a photo edito using the internet browser.Well, it looks like I'm being left behind by technology, particulalrly the internet, that's why I am roaming around once in a while and joining some forums on the side not for anything else but for the learning, new knowledge that can be of use to me.
     
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    Sorry, I don't use any of that stuff.
     
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    My sister, who is a devoted Marilyn Monroe fan, has a specific software that makes collages but it isn't a browser extension and it's a stand-alone program, not a Photoshop filter or similar.

    Let me ask her what the name of the software is to let you know @Diane Lane.

    I would say that software can do the job more efficiently that a browser extension/plugin. I have seen none for Chrome, and I'm nor familiar with the Firefox addons to say, but I would certainly prefer a piece of software because if your browser crashes, all you hard job will be gone with the wind.
     
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    Thank you @Carlota Clemens I have one browser extension that I pay for each month, but it is specifically for Twitter, and it's somewhat limited as far as selecting items for the collages. Once they are posted on Twitter, I am able to go in and copy them, but as I said, I'm limited with the items I can select for the collages, because my shop sites and the extension itself select certain images for me to choose from. I would love a software that would do the same, other than an extension, because that would give me free rein to select whichever items I would like to highlight, and create as many collages as I need. Free is always better, but if it's low cost, I might be able to swing it.
     
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