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InDesign or any other Desktop Publishing Software. Choose a suitable view-quality setting. This won't affect the results but will not draw the images in a high-resolution while you are editing the document. Once you export, they will be used in the high resolution. Create a canvas with the desired target size. Add placement boxes in the shape that you ...


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A couple of ideas. If you happen to be a Lightroom user, then I believe you could do this with the Lightroom Print module - you'd set it up as you want, with the size, settings etc, then export it as a file rather than actually printing it. I've done this with smaller sets of images (e.g. for a triptych), but I don't see any reason you couldn't do it with a ...


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You can use ImageMagick (open source and cross-platform) and use the command (assuming that your photos are PNGs): montage *.png -tile 1x -mode Concatenate out.jpg -tile 1x: concatenate vertically (use -tile x1 for horizontal) -mode Concatenate: concatenate without any white space between the images More details on the montage program (part of ...


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Since you said this would just be a background then you might want to try 'googling' the words: photo mosaic maker. You'll find lots of software and online applications to make a large photo mosaic. 'Mosaic' seems to be the word that the app developers prefer for this type of activity. We'd be interested in your result after you finish.


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You could use an image editor like Photoshop or Gimp and create a large canvas and adding all the images as layers. Or something like Illustrator and Inkscape, that allow you to treat the images as object, for a bit more freedom to play. But honestly, I think that 2300 photos on the same image are going to be huge, and I'm not sure if it's manageable with ...



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