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11/17/2009 06:15:16 PM · #1
I was recently hired by a large auto repair company in the area to take photos of their employees, buildings, etc. That went really well and I got some awesome pics out of it, but now they'd like two posters (24"x36") with 25 pics each to hang around at all of their locations. It's supposed to be a collage of the 25 pics, but I have NO idea how to organize them in an appealing way. Does anyone have any experience doing this, or maybe some examples I could see? It's a mix of vertical and horizontal shots...

Thanks in advance!

P.S. - Maybe something like this...?

1000th_Web_V2.jpg

Message edited by author 2009-11-17 18:24:16.
11/17/2009 06:33:42 PM · #2
If you have all of them in the same aspect ratio, I'm sure I could think up a way to fit them onto a 24x36" poster efficiently and without all sorts of weirdly sized borders...
11/17/2009 07:08:33 PM · #3
i mixes up the sizes a bit (not the ratio) but actually google's picasa program has an automated- "collage" feature and it's kind of awesome. I use it to quickly combine images - just hit shuffle till I find a collage I like.
I'd at least check it out- it's free.
11/17/2009 07:34:31 PM · #4
Originally posted by WickedB:

i mixes up the sizes a bit (not the ratio) but actually google's picasa program has an automated- "collage" feature and it's kind of awesome. I use it to quickly combine images - just hit shuffle till I find a collage I like.
I'd at least check it out- it's free.


ditto, it actually works quite well.
11/17/2009 07:48:59 PM · #5
Well, so much for mental math and number-crunching...
11/18/2009 12:30:46 AM · #6
Originally posted by WickedB:

i mixes up the sizes a bit (not the ratio) but actually google's picasa program has an automated- "collage" feature and it's kind of awesome. I use it to quickly combine images - just hit shuffle till I find a collage I like.
I'd at least check it out- it's free.


That is awesome- thanks! :D
11/18/2009 06:42:16 AM · #7
Lumapix Fusion is what can do the job simply and well.
11/23/2009 07:20:23 AM · #8
This is amazing and I am really impressed myself being here.


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