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Samsung Galaxy S5: Using Collage Studio to create collage

By: Grace Gajetes-Hisona | Thursday, October 2, 2014

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Studio app is a tool you can use to add effects to a photo and edit movie clips using a complete suite of editing tools within the Samsung Galaxy S5 Gallery. Among the basic photo tuning or editing tasks you can do with the Studio app, include adjusting brightnesss, contrast, and color using a wide variety of photo-editing effects.


There are several types of Studios available in the Galaxy S5 handset including photo studio, collage studio, shot & more, video clip studio, and video trimmer.



Below is an itemized guide on how to use Collage Studio in the Galaxy S5 to create a collage. You may refer to this guide if you want.

1. Touch Apps from the Home screen to get started.

2. Next, touch Gallery.

3. Inside Gallery (Album screen), touch the Menu options icon (represented with a three-vertical-dots icon) on the upper-right corner of the screen.

4. Scroll to and touch to continue.
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5. Under Studio, touch to select Collage Studio.

6. Touch to select the image folder you want to use.

7. Normally, you can use or select 2 to 6 pictures from the folder. When you're done selecting your pictures, touch Done to continue.

8. Select a style for your collage layout, as well as how you would like it to split the images. To change the collage style, touch on the Shuffle button button.

You can also make some adjustments on the collage using the following option settings:

1. Aspect ratio - touch on Aspect ration and choose either 1:1 or 9:16.

2. Layout or Border - touch on Layout or Border to adjust the layout and border thickness of each picture in the collage.

3. Background - touch on Background to change the background color as you desire.

4. Shuffle - touch to allow Studio to randomly assign borders, background colors and layers to your collage.

And that's all for this guide about using Collage Studio to create collage on your Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.




 

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