Like triptychs Grids are an excellent way to display one image as separate parts or separate images that somehow relate to each other.
Using an Image Grid may unwittingly help you to develop your design skills. Looking closely at the colors, shapes the placement of each separate image into the Grid as well as the angle of the image all play a vital role in the final result…
An Image Grid can be used to showcase any of your hobbies, interests or gadgets off. A favorite musical instrument, car, bike, place and so on. When working with whole images keep in mind that sometimes the individual parts make up more than it’s whole. You might have an image of a drum set but that doesn’t mean you have to capture the whole image into the Grid. You can take the parts of importance and highlight that through the use of an Image Grid.
This technique helps to enhance your eye for detail as you lay each image out on your Grid and decide which images work well together.
In this example I’ve chosen to use people as my subject. What I love about my subjects is the expressions that were captured at different moments & how they stare straight down the barrel of the lens! Having them in color didn’t bring about that unison I was looking for. Using Elements 8 – Hue/Saturation & Colorize technique helped to bring the whole collage together highlighting the importance of the faces.
In the Image Grid Tutorial I will show you step-by-step How this is done. A Free Image Grid will also be provided by Photoshop2torial.