Orquid "Phoenix"

Orquid "Phoenix"

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You can do it fairly easily in the GIMP. I'll demonstrate with these two photos of a hawk and a bison: I'll put the bison in the lower-left. I'll start by cropping the picture to put him in the lower-left of the frame (cropping out about the left third and the bottom quarter of the image), and then I'll delete the top-right of the picture. I use ...


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From what you describe I think the word you are looking for is montage. This is a term borrowed from the movies, where it refers to a set of short sequences edited together to show an event. The classic example is a 'training montage' where the previously hapless hero undergoes a lifetime's training in 30 seconds (usually to music) before emerging a ...


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Your question is a bit vague, but have you looked into Google Picasa? It has a function that allows you to pick your pictures and automatically put them into a collage. Is is pretty basic, but a pretty good starting point. This function is under the "Create", "Picture Collage" menu item.


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It is not obvious what you want information about. The requirement seems straight forward so it is likely that your point has not been understood. eg the answer "cut an image into two pieces diagonally" is probably not going to help :-). Assuming it IS just the diagonal cutting that you are asking about. If possible, use a tool that allows random ...


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Have you looked at the stitching flat scanned images tutorial for Hugin? Summarizing the tutorial: set the horizontal field of view to 10 degrees with crop factor = 1.0x assign each image a different lens number create control points as you usually do (manually or automatically) optimize roll, x, y and z for all images except your anchor image (do not ...


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300 would hold up better if people will view it up close, but then again, for up close viewing, chances are the tiles are going to be more visible. If the ideal viewing distance is a bit further away, anything upwards of 150 is fine, though the higher quality you can pull off, the better, so I'd go with 200PPI if you have a native resolution of 600PPI. If ...


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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 http://www.photovisi.com/ 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 ...


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I don't have Photoshop so I can't post screenshots or accurate descriptions. Start by creating a new document of a suitable size for the collage. Put the images you wish to include in the collage as separate layers in the document. I think you can do this easily with File --> Scripts --> Load into stack, if not you can open the images and drag-and-drop. If ...


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A slideshow is when images are shown one after the other, either advancing manually or automatically after a short interval. Images appear still but may have some kind of animation called a transition between them. A time-lapse is when images are stringed together at regular frame-rate (5 to 60 FPS, typically) into a video. The effect is a scene advancing ...


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Ideally you should sharpen each image individually. Different images may need diffent amount of sharpening. If you sharpen after putting the images together, you will also sharpen the boundaries between the images. This will make the boundaries stand out more than they would otherwise, and may also cause artifacts around the boundaries.


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I use Picasa it is a great option. But let us know what Operating System are you using. For Mac there is some apps like CollageIt and Posterino who does a great job, there are not free but I'll help a lot in the process. Is more easier to put a pin deco in Photoshop than do the whole workflow. There also a few options in mobile apps, since Im new I can post ...


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Picasa 3.0 (free from Google) has a picture collage function which allows you to create merged images like the examples in your question. It includes a picture border option that allows a "polaroid" style and allows you to place (and rotate) images by hand.


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Here are three sets of comparisons of collage software: Review of collage software Comparison of selected photo mosaic applications 2011 Photo Collage Software Comparisons and Reviews Disclaimer, I have used none of these packages and am not in a position to make recommendations. I have used Gimp to make large collages and find it to be very ...



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