For a an online (and better, because it works on my Mac and it's free) version, try Jumpcut. I've been using Jumpcut for awhile now. The entire program is online in a drag-and-drop interface. Below is an example I just threw together of my family's yearly reunion/vacation at Club Med Sandpiper last week. By the way, that first picture is of my father-in-law's first meal. He's supposed to eat healthily (aren't we all?) but at his first opportunity, he chose what he really enjoys, or maybe it was just to irk my mother-in-law(most likely the latter).
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