To begin uploading images from your Mac, first click Photos to the left of your project (the uploader will pop up automatically for photo books and calendar projects).
Then click Upload Photos to open your file finder and access your images.
NOTE: Collage only accepts images in jpg or png format under 10MB in size. PDFs or other file types must be converted before uploading.
Your Photos library will be located under the Media section of the file finder. Select the photos and click Open to add them to the project. You can select multiple images to upload at once by holding Command while clicking. It's best to only upload in small batches of 5 or less at a time for the best experience.
If you cannot locate your photos, or if your photos are in HEIC format, you can first save the images to your desktop and then upload them to Collage from there.
To do so, open Photos on your Mac, and then simply drag the photo you want from your photos to your desktop, or export the album of photos to your desktop.
Drag and Drop
Export an album
To export an album from Photos, first create an empty folder on your desktop; right click any open space on your desktop and click New Folder to do so. You can then name the folder or leave it untitled, as long as it's there to save to.
Next, open Photos on your Mac and open the album you want to move to your desktop.
Once the album is open, highlight all the photos from the album by clicking Edit and Select All. Then, click File at the top of the screen, click Export, then click Export # photos.
Now, select the folder you created on your desktop in the file finder to export your photos to that folder.
To upload those photos to your Collage project, open the file finder as described in the beginning of this article and look for the folder and photos under the Desktop section of the file finder and upload the photos.
Select the photos and click Open to add them to the project.
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