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I have a few passport sized photos of a person, spanning his entire childhood. Could someone provide me with some creative ideas to make a collage or arrange these photos in a single image?

I am using Gimp, so I would appreciate if you could give me some pointers on how to accomplish the task.

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"Creative ideas" are more-or-less out of scope for this site. For a "how to with Gimp," if you want to use just parts of each image, that's been asked at… . – drewbenn May 2 '12 at 17:07
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When I got married last year my colleges went on Facebook and downloaded loads of photos of me an my wife. They then made one of these

They then printed it off and stuck it on my desk - I must say it was one of the coolest things!

Or if you really want a challenge then use Gimp with this tutorial or use these in the tutorial

UPDATE: Photovisi Gallery Page is avalible here - You need to drill past some of the spam to find "the good stuff"

This one is quite good!

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Be sure to look at the Photovisi galleries page – Russell McMahon May 2 '12 at 10:53

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