1: Open it up
First off you need to open up iPhoto ’11 and, as it’s a new feature, enter Full-screen mode to remove any other distractions from your view.
2: Choose your photos
Select the photos that you want to include in the collage, either by clicking and dragging, or choosing individual shots while holding the Command key.
3: Select email
Click on the Share button in the bottom-right corner of the screen to bring up a list of sharing options. Choose email from the list.
4: Address and subject
Add an email address and a subject to your message. If you have more than one email account you can choose which one to send it from too.
5: Choose a style
iPhoto includes ten collage templates to help you add a different feel to your photo collections. Choose whichever one suits your style, but be aware that selecting more than 10 photos will limit you to only the first two options.
6: Send extra photos?
iPhoto will automatically check the option to send the individual photos as a .zip file, but here you can uncheck it, or decide the size of the added photos.
7: Add a title
As in Apple’s iWork applications, you can click to edit the title and subtitle of the collage. Each collage style has a different setup, but all are customisable.
8: Change the font
There are a lot of fonts and sizes to choose from, and you can align your text from this tab. It also allows you to decrease line spacing, to fit more in.