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Do photographs need a theme to be presented together as a series?

Does Photography Need A Theme To Be Presented Together? Definitely not. I've been to plenty of exhibitions where the only theme is that the photos were all taken by the same photographer. In other ...
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Do photographs need a theme to be presented together as a series?

You don't need our opinions, you need the A-level Photography syllabus. Which examination, specifically, are you taking? Is there a requirement for 'a series of photographs'? Is that ALL it says? ...
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Do photographs need a theme to be presented together as a series?

Photography doesn't need anything — the needs are of those who practice it (to be published and recognized) and those who publish or exhibit it (to have their choices validated by audience and ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

I don't know of any standards. I agree that it's frustrating. The ubiquity of cheap 16:9 panels design for television makes it understandable that these digital frames aren't available in more ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

Another option is to combine several (related) images, maybe with a large main image and two or three smaller ones filling the space. A 37" screen seems large enough to support that. You could make a ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

Thank you, everyone - and I do mean that literally, as everyone who responded had something worthwhile to offer. I was especially drawn to the notion of laying things out as a triptych or mosaic - ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

The natural choice is to let the user decide. One of the standout features of using an electronic display compared to print is that you can change not only what images to display, but how to display ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

I find that I do not have a lot of content in those aspect ratios. Maybe you do and you don't know it. Back when I used to do chemical photography, I had an enlarging easel that held paper in four ...
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"Digital Art Frames": crop / fill / what? content to a fixed aspect ratio? (16:9 or 9:16)

An option I don't see mentioned above is the same approach that videographers generally take as they will target a particular aspect ratio, but ensure the content works in other aspect ratios. ...
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What software can make collages which look like multiple Polaroids on a wall?

TurboCollage, available for both Mac and Windows PC, can make collages that look like multiple spread out polaroids. Here's a sample screenshot of designing such a photo using TurboCollage: (...
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What program could I use to create a map-based slideshow?

See here for an implementation in a R script with similar features: slideshow-mapmakeR. It takes all the pictures from an input folder, creates maps from Google Maps, and saves them in an output ...
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