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Collage Grids in Photoshop

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by howard.a.s, Sep 23, 2018.

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  1. howard.a.s

    howard.a.s Thread Starter

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    Please can anyone suggest how I might go about using Photoshop to create something similar to the layout in this link http://www.themetaldetective.co.uk/development/01.png

    Ideally I'd like to create a diagonal grid with a good many cells into each of which I can insert a different image.

    Any constructive advice and information gratefully received.
     
  2. etaf

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    do you know photoshop?
    I would create all the photos and rotate/trsnsform to the angle you want - and then copy them into a master file as layers . then you move to where you want them
    Not really a grid you drop images into
    you can align each layer to where you want it to give the effect you are after
    then crop the final image to get a rectangle
    flatten and save as jpg or png for the final image
     
  3. Walsherop

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    Nice! Thanks for the tip, etaf!
     
  4. howard.a.s

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    I have been experimenting using Photoshop to create this effect using layers. I see what you mean about using rotate and transform to shift the images angles to the desired position. I'm going to continue to experiment with this and perhaps see what else I can learn along the way. Thanks for your help.
     
  5. nickdentrinos1

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    nice post. well done
     
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