* NO Annoying Ads, totally free app!* Small and stable, no unnecessary permissions!* Creates photo for ID, Passport and Visa!* Supports range of printing paper sizesPhotomaker lets you create standard size of photos for printing at minimum possible cost by combining multiple photos into one. For example, 8 copies of Passport size photos can be printed on a 4"x6" photo paper.Step 1: Choose a photo / Take from cameraStep 2: Choose the size you want the photo inStep 2: Crop the desired face + shoulder section of the photoStep 4: Set the print paper sizeIMPORTANT: The output photo will usually be stored in "Photomaker" folder inside the "DCIM" folder of your SD Card, if available. Otherwise the "Photomaker" folder will be wherever your camera folder is. You can see the photo going to the gallery.Current Features: - Pick photo from gallery, or capture from camera - Choose standard photo sizes (4x6, Auto, Passport and MRP) - Take a photo or pick from gallery - Rotate 90 degrees or crop photo to desired size - Saved to "Photomaker" folder of your camera folder - Photo named as Print-Year-Month-DayHour-Min-Sec for remembering - A list of several standard sizes from all countries - A list of printable papers, for printing large photosYou can be a student, a mobile photographer, a job-seeker, job holder or even an owner of photo studio, Photomaker saves a lot of your time, effort and printing costs by letting you manipulate various sized photos in your smartphone.Photomaker was developed with an objective to help users out of these troubles- - High printing charge of standard sized photos - Requirement to have a PC and Photoshop - Time and effort required to adjust sizes for printing - Cropped and stretched photos while printing - Having to remember all photo sizes for printing*Planned Features in next update: - Manual entry of sizes and printable sizes - Changing brightness and contrast of photo - Rotating to desired angle - Saving with desired format, name and locationYou have a list of photo sizes you want to create, and a *list of printing papers* to choose from. Once you choose the both you can either take a photo using your device's camera or pick up one from the gallery. You can rotate and crop the photo to suit your needs, and once done the printable photograph will be saved on your SD card.You can print the photograph using your own printer or take it to a color lab nearby for printing. *Make sure you tell the same size to print that you chose in "Print Sizes"Let us know if you run into any problem in the app, and make sure you help your family and friends save time and money by recommending this app.Happy photo making!