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3 Photo collage programs on Linux

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It happens every now and then you have a set of photos and you want to do with them a background image with a collage of them, or perhaps a mosaic, it’s possible in Linux?

Sure there are Gimp and Picasa that among the many features that give even offer these options, but there are other programs, perhaps smaller and simpler to just make this work?

Once again, Linux does not disappoint, and today I want to present three projects to create photo collages.

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