What is Canva?
Canva use as a simple and advance free photo editor, it’s mostly intended for transforming simple snaps into something else – like a poster, invitation, logo’s or social media post – making it a little more like desktop publishing software.
Type of Canva:
Canva has several membership tiers. The free level offers a generous selection of tools and templates for optimizing and transforming your pictures, but the majority are locked behind a paywall, and although fun, many of the designs have a business slant.
Before you can get started, you’ll need to create a Canva account using an email address, or sign in with your Facebook or Google account. It’s an extra step, but it means that your projects will be saved so you can return to them and continue working later.
After that, you’ll be asked what type of user you are (student, teacher, personal, business or non-profit). Canva says that this can be to assist suggest the proper style sorts, though it probably also affects the premium promotions you see (with business owners being offered enterprise plans).
Canva is largely based around templates. Select a class (such as social media, Instagram or poster) and you’ll be presented with a range of options to choose from, split into themes. You’ll notice that, even if you’ve selected ‘personal’, many of the templates have a business angle, but don’t let this put you off; you can edit the text and graphics to your heart’s content, so just pick something that appeals to you.
It’s not immediately apparent which templates are available to free members, and which are premium-only – you’ll need to move your mouse pointer over your preferred design and look out for the label ‘Free’ at all-time low right of the fingernail. This is a shame, because similar tools like Fotor make the distinction much more obvious.
One of Canva’s best features is its impressive range of free stock photography (accessible via the ‘Photos’ button in the left-hand menu), but if you’d rather work with one of you own pictures, click ‘Uploads’ and either search for a picture or drag and drop it from your desktop. All uploaded images will be saved to your account so you can use them again later. There’s conjointly an in depth vary of ‘elements’ on provide, together with straightforward shapes and clip art.
Canva is intuitive to use, and its social media templates are particularly impressive, but it’s probably a better choice for small businesses that want to stand out from the crowd than individuals looking for a photo editor.
- first of all open Canva website on your browser (canva.com)
- click on sign up with email
- simple create a account
- after creating account confirm your account
- than you will see upgrade option at right corner
- choose monthly plan
- BIN: 549184xxxxxxxxxx
- first website click here
- you need to copy and past that bin in front of insert your bin
- change amount to any random number
- click generate card
- copy all the generated credit cards
- second website click here
- we have got one live card
- copy information and past on canva website