How to Make A Facebook Collage
Facebook Cover Photo's Dimension
The secret making a Facebook Timeline cover photo is the dimensions. Or, extra particularly the proportion of the size to width, known as the Element Ratio. A bit of research turns up that Facebook's optimal ratio is 851X315. Not certain why it's 851-- that appears a bit weird to me. 850X315 works fine.
To achieve this with Picasa, you need to establish a personalized facet proportion. On either the Crop measurements drop-down box, or the page Format drop-down box, you'll see the capacity to 'Include Custom Facet Ratio' at the end of the listing. Pick that and also just enter 850X315. See a previous pointer: Resizing a Picture's Elevation and Width.
Steps for a Collection to be a Facebook cover picture
-The appropriate facet proportion for a Facebook cover image is 850X315 (see guide video: Resizing Pictures to width and height) Make use of the page format setting to change to that ratio.
-Re-crop the background image to the 850/315 proportion too.
-Reduce and move 3 little images to bottom right in order to make room for your account image (avatar) in Facebook
-Create collage, after that Export outcomes. Select 850 as the export dimension (this is not needed, Facebook will resize as long as the proportions are right.).
-Log into facebook and hover over your cover photo, click where it claims 'Change Cover' and also Post the exported collage.