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laying out multiple portraits

MIKE - So I got a project coming up that consists of 3 portraits laid out on the right upper bicep down to the elbow. Two pics are straight forward looks one is a 3/4 look. She wants them in age order which puts the 3/4 portrait in the center. How what would the best lay out forthis project. Where would be best to start for multiple sessions? ?? Thanks for your time.


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RE:laying out multiple portraits

The best thing to do is to print out all three pictures, approximately the size your going to do them at. Simply hold them up against the arm and visually figure out the best way they work out. You may need to resize a couple of them and you may need to talk your client into not worrying about getting the ages in order,due to the fact that there is going to be a collaged way that it will look best, and you don't want to mess that up just to have the ages in order...Then you will see which one you should start with first...Good luck!
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RE:laying out multiple portraits

Cool Mike, I'm gonna give it a go. ks again, ill post start to finish pics. Thanks again
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