Photoshop tutorial: How to make a Beautiful, Memorial of your Pet.
How to Create a Picture Memorial
If you are looking to have a picture memorial at the funeral or other service/gathering then you've come to the right place. There are several great options to help you to do this. Below is a short list of easy ways to help you work on this special project during this difficult time.
Locate several of your favorite photographs of this person across a span of time.If they were in your Kindergarten Class, graduated High School with you and were your best friend well into your 80s, you should have plenty of choices. If you've only known the person for a short time, ask friends and family members for contributions. If you do not want to use the original photo, copy the pictures at the neatest quality you want.
On a large, clean, dry surface lay out your pictures and try to narrow down your initial selections.Too many photographs may distract rather than enhance a pictorial.
A trip to your local craft or big box store is in order now.A wide variety of pre-matted frames are available for purchase. Some stores may be able to provide a framing service. Cardboard in a muted color is acceptable for a lower cost alternative. Keep in mind how this will be displayed as well. Will you need an art easel to hold a large frame?
Bring your photos with you if you can.This will make frame selection easier. This is a good time to remember that less is more. A flashy frame is not appropriate here.
When ready to assemble, gather tools and head to your large, clean, dry area.(note: clean and dry are imperative when working with photos)
Begin to arrange photos in a pleasing order or arrange in a similar pattern as your mat or arrange photos in a pleasing order if using alternative display material.
On the back side of the mat, place your photos face down over the pre-cut holes and tape each corner to the mat.If needed you can trim photos at this point but only do this if you have made copies.
After all photos have been applied simply slip the mat into the frame and secure the frame's backing.
If using cardboard or other material, creating simple frames or applying those found in many scrap-booking sections can add that special touch that will dress up your memorial.
- If you lie your mat face down then place your photos over the opening and tape just one corner, you can flip the mat over to check for positioning before you secure the photo completely.
- If using a glass frame, clean the inside of the frame first.
- Be sure that if others are in the photos they are not "ex's", disowned family members or others best left out as to not offend anyone.
- Try to include those closest to the person in photos if possible.
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