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PhotoJet on my list of image faves

If you know a little about me, you know that I am kind of obsessed with tools for playing with images.  I love them for my slides, for social media, and for enhancing lessons. I share these tools with students to encourage a little creativity in web design and presentation.  This week I discovered a new tool to add to my list of faves (which includes Canva and Picmonkey).

I test drove Fotojet with some old family photos and I fell in love.

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With more than 700 templates you could easily get lost creating.  There’s no learning curve and no registration required.

Fotojet is great for creating posters and slides, as well as social media essentials–Facebook covers, Twitter headers, YouTube banners, Pinterest graphics, Google+ graphics, Instagram posts, and more.

Use it for creating holiday and special event cards too.  No need to be frustrated by collage layout options here. They’re plentiful, as are the artful 3-D collage options.  The same can easily be said about the comic layouts. In fact, this may be the easiest comic create tool ever.  You are even prompted to use the same photos as you add comic page (and other) templates.

And you can re-imagine yourself as Superman, a pirate, Mona Lisa, a bee, a mermaid or more.

Here’s a collage of some Fotojet screenshots:

FotoJet Collage

For more fun with images, check out this Symbaloo curating all of my favorite image tools.

 

 

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Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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  1. Lisa McTague says:

    Joyce,
    Could you please relink your Symbaloo. I was not able to access the information and would love to see some of the other tools you have mentioned for images. Thanks, I cannot wait to explore PhotoJet!

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