Megacollage Announces Free Photo Collage Generator Web Service

Creative-minded people looking for ways to get the most out of their digital photographs need look no further than Megacollage's free collage generator web service.

Cary, NC, July 27, 2007 --( Megacollage, a pioneer in online media compilations, today announces Megacollage Images, a section of its web site that generates free photo collages. The handy web service takes a set of beautiful photographs, classifies them into categories and presents them in an easy-to-choose-from form, from which a collage can be generated. Categories currently include animals, views, flowers, artwork, trees and plants, space views, structures, waterfalls and patterns. Customers simply choose the twenty images they want, or upload their own photograph for any of the twenty, and press the E-mail Collage button. A beautiful collage is e-mailed to the customer in a matter of seconds - free.

Each collage is 5-megapixels (2500 x 2000) in ready-to-use .jpg format. The customer can easily use it as desktop wallpaper, print and frame it for their home or make it into a puzzle, poster, t-shirt, mousepad, card or other photo gift. Walmart Photo Center, Snapfish and Shutterfly are all excellent sites for purchasing photo gifts. "I particularly like the puzzles - these collages make for a truly great puzzle-making experience due to the variety of subjects and many interior straight edges," said Scott Consolatti, founder and president of Megacollage.

Thousands of people have enjoyed this service during its now concluded beta period. Many find it a great source of artistic expression, collecting together in one place all the fun times on their vacations or with their best friends, sweetheart or family.

About Megacollage:
Megacollage, a pioneer in online media compilations, is a company whose web site is aimed at classifying the popular media people love so much. Megacollage is building a reputation of having its finger on the pulse of popular media, and delivering it in handy free online formats. Photo-takers and popular media lovers will find a lot to like at the Megacollage web site.

Scott Consolatti