To upload your image or photo, you just have to drag it from your computer and drop it in the box in Pixelixe Studio.
Add text, choose font size, color, fonts, line height, border, etc thanks to an easy to use interface. No need to be an expert. Check out our tutorial below to discover how.
Download your creation in one click (free and unlimited). Choose between PNG or JPEG (Optimized for Retina display)
Start by opening Pixelixe Studio and choose a format (From Instagram post, Facebook post, LinkedIn post, Youtube thumbnails, Ad banners, etc.). Once you chose your format and template, from the left menu of the studio, you will find four content options (Background, Shapes, Graphics and Texts). Click on "Background" to open the background panel. There, you will find 3 subtabs ("Images", "Upload Yours" and "Color"). The "Upload yours" subtab will let you drag & drop your image from your computer to upload your own photo. Click on "Upload Yours" and drag & drop your image from your local computer to the "Drop image here" box.
Once dropped, you will see your image appears on your canva as shown on the picture.
Once you uploaded your photo from your computer, click on the "Texts" tab (Between 4 options : "Background", "Shapes", "Graphics" and "Texts"). Then click on the "Add text" button. A caption called "Heading text" will instantly appear on your current document. Double click on it to edit the text or Click once on it to open the caption setting panel (right side on the screen).
From this panel as you can see on the picture, you can change font size, caption color, opacity, font family (among a variety of thousands of fonts), line height, letter spacing, shadow and more.
Nothing more simple to download your creation. Click on the blue "Download" button from the bottom center toolbar. You will instantly see a popup with title "Download your creation" with a few option to let you download PNG, JPEG or HTML (HTML restricted to PRO subscriber). Click on one download option and the download will automatically start, generating the image and write it on your computer.