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I'm working on a school project that requires me to create a montage/mosaic and I need to know how to execute this with photoshop. If you guys have any suggestions that'll be great. I tried a program by Arcsoft called PhotoMontage but the file comes out small and not so great looking, I require high res because I will be printing huge. Thx
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Try this

If that is not the kind of thing your looking for, it can be done in photoshop but takes time.

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Try this

If that is not the kind of thing your looking for, it can be done in photoshop but takes time.
O crap, this seems like just what I need! Thanks a bunch! I will have my senior project done =D. Well hope it works, I'll try it. Looks better then PhotoMontage by Arcsoft. I just hope this program will let me produce a high res photo.
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Hope it works out, let us know and show us what you came up with.

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I tried the program, seems like its worse then PhotoMontage. However, I have found other programs that produce a better looking photo. I have to spend more time with it but for now, its not gonna work out. I need a high res output for printing and an image that is clear.

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