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Old 18-09-2011, 22:42   #1 (permalink)
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The Title may be a bit confusing but if you understand great, whilst in town the other day i went into a shop and saw a canvas, or should i say 5 canvas, it was a new york sunrise skyline and it was 5 canvas' split up and the image filled up each 5 pieces and it fitted together like a jigsaw and look superb, one of the best canvas images ive ever seen, i imediatley wanted to buy it, but when i saw the 50 price tag i thought id could probably scale it down and make my own for cheaper, so thats where my questions come in, i was wondering how i would go about making an image that would go over 5 different size canvas' and still fit.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/...160_AA160_.jpg

The link above is an example of what i mean, i dont know if the link will work, the image is quite small but the main detail is the size of the canvas', can someone please tell me how to make the image - i understand that i just get my image and split it up into 3 or 4 seperate images, but do they need to be different size to make them fit like a jigsaw on seperate canvas'.

Just needed to ask, if anyone had an image of a city skyline, i.e. london skyscrapers or new york, or another famous landmark city, then could the please send me the raw file or the original jpeg, at maxium size please, one day i will travel the world and take one my self, but for now please could someone send me one please if they do have one, if not then thanks for looking anyway.

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This looks like one large print cut into quarters and a bit taken off either the top or the botton to make the different sizes and then put side by side. I could be wrong, hard to tell from the small image. If you want to learn you need to go out and take your own pictures rather than using other peoples, it's the only way.
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Practise on any old image, try splitting it up in different ways and see how you like the effect. Once you have the idea of doing that, then you need to get your own image of whatever skyline it is you want and just split it and print. The whole point of photography is taking your own images, there is no benefit in using other peoples, otherwise you may as well just download whatever images you want off the net.
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Re: Differnt Sized, Split Canvas Imaging

Hi, thanks for all the comments, i understand what you mean about getting my own skyline image, but im 15 and its hard to get my own skyling images at the moment cause im at school from 9 - 4 and i have revision after, so its hard to get time to go out, but i do fully understand as soon as ive left school im going to college, photography course and i will be doing images like that, but still i would love to know how to make that image, you must of seen it before, its usually smallest on the ends and gets larger towards the middle and the middle being the largest as the main object in the photo, but its not a large canvas cut up, its made like that.
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Sparrow,
As you say you are only 15 and don't have a wide knowledge of photography, my advice to you is to learn to walk before you run. Get your head round the basics and then start on the more complicated things. Enjoy your photography and dont upset yourself about things you don't understand, all things will gradually fall into place as you progress, you have years ahead of you.

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As you say you are only 15 and don't have a wide knowledge of photography, my advice to you is to learn to walk before you run. Get your head round the basics and then start on the more complicated things. Enjoy your photography and dont upset yourself about things you don't understand, all things will gradually fall into place as you progress, you have years ahead of you.

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Wow, thanks thats probbably the best advice ive had since i started to take an interest in photography, i will do, i cant wait to onto college to do photography especially with all the trips ive read about, im just going to enjoy photography and go with the flow.

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Liam,
Good luck with that but remember professional photography is a hard profession to break into and get established enough to earn a living.

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