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Think Big


 

Having a hard time fitting all of your subject into the picture? Can't quite communicate the vastness in one shot?

Here are some project ideas for both parents and teachers.


 
Take pictures of parts
Instead of taking one picture of your subject, take many pictures of parts of it. Overlap and piece the individual pictures together to create a collage.
 
You can paste them into a scrapbook or mount them on plain matt board to frame and hang.
 
Assemble the big picture
Recreate your subject from several shots. Cut sections from multiple pictures to piece together the whole. Don't worry that the edges don't match perfectly and feel free to leave space between the sections. Try puzzling together sections of photos taken from different angles and distances for a truly artistic effect.