Make photo montages with the piZap platform possible thanks to the Cut-Out function, which allows you to copy a specific element from a photo and paste it into a new image. The resource is very useful for adding people who were missing from a group meeting, for example, or inserting someone in a different landscape.
The editor delivers a result close to what would be done in Adobe Photoshop, but in a much simpler way, especially for novice users, who do not have the domain of image editing. In addition to the web version, piZap also has an Android and iOS mobile application (iPhone and iPad). Next, see the step by step to make the photo montage in the online editor using the computer.
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Step 1. Open piZap in the browser. On the home page, choose the option "Edit a photo" and then select "New piZap" to use the version with advanced tools;
Click on "Edit a photo" and select the New piZap to start editing Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 2. Select the image that will receive the montage, that is, that will be at the bottom of your photo and not be cropped. It can be stored on your computer, from Pixabay's collection or from one of your Facebook, Google Photos, Drive and Dropbox accounts. You can also search for photos on Google to use;
Select the photo that receives the montage and stay at the bottom of the image Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 3. After opening the background image, click on the "Cut Out" icon indicated by a doll and scissors in the left side menu of the screen. Then, press "Next" to continue on the tool;
Click on the "Cut-Out" tool in the menu on the left side of the screen Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 4. To cut out exactly one element of the image, select the "Custom" option. It will allow you to select the entire border of the item that enters the assembly;
Select the "Custom" option to cut the element exactly in its original format Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 5. Again, piZap will request a photo. This time, add the image that has a clipped element;
Now select the image to be cropped Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 6. To facilitate the clipping, select only the area of ??the photo in which the element to be removed appears. That way you don't need to zoom in on the image to make the selection. After adjusting the grid, confirm in "Apply", on the left side of the screen;
Select only the area of ??the image in which the element to be cropped appears Photo: Reproduction / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 7. With the mouse cursor, add an outline to the element to be cut. The points must start and end in the red circle. If you make a mistake, know that it is possible to edit the selection in the next step;
Use the mouse to create the outline of the element to be pasted in the assembly Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 8. Analyze the whole circle and see if you need to adjust any points around the element. Just click on the square closest to the area you want to store and pull it to the correct location. When you are sure of the selection, confirm with "Finish";
See if you need to make any adjustments to the outline before finalizing the clipping Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 9. Drag the cropped image wherever you want it to be in the photo. You can mirror the element, duplicate it and adjust color, brightness and contrast until it matches the original image. To confirm all changes click on the green "check" icon in the toolbox;
Add the cutout wherever you want and make color adjustments for the element to be close to the original image Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso
Step 10. Now that your assembly is ready, just save it to your computer. To do this, go to "Save", in the upper area of ??the photo, add a name to the image and select "Save to computer". If you want to make more edits, you can continue using the piZap tools normally in the menu located on the left side.
Save the image to your computer or continue making edits using piZap Photo: Reproduo / Isabela Giantomaso