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Creating Multiple Picture Displays: Quadtych, Triptych, Diptych, and Polyptych

How to Create 4 Pictures in One

When writing an article, you need to think about your audience. You want to catch their attention, explain something important and entice them to read the whole thing.

One way to do that is by using pictures and images. This can help to spice up a presentation and make it more interesting.

How to create a quadtych

A quadtych is a group of four pictures hung together. The pictures can be the same size or different sizes. The key is to have a large rectangular space on your wall that will fit the frames and have enough room between each frame for visual interest. You can use a quadtych to show different perspectives of the same scene or to create a then-and-now type of presentation. The painting “Hills in Quadtych” by Artavita is a beautiful example of this. The artwork is painted on four museum-depth canvases and is continued around the edges of each canvas. The canvases are spaced 1-3 inches apart.

How to create a triptych

Creating a triptych is easy with the right tools. First open a new Explorer window and select the photos you want to make into a triptych (Ctrl + A then Ctrl + C). Drag them over to the triptych template and resize them by pressing Ctrl / Cmd + T to put yourself into Free Transform mode.

The key to a good triptych is establishing strong connections between the three panels, which can be done by using shapes or patterns that work on both an individual basis and when viewed as a whole. For example, if you’re working with portrait photography consider how your subject’s facial expression can be conveyed across the three panels.

Alternatively, subjects that lend themselves to the concept of movement can also be very effective in triptych form. For instance, landscapes that incorporate sweeping, horizontal lines or urban cityscapes are perfect for this kind of composition. Candid photos or images that capture blurred movement can also be great for this layout.

How to create a diptych

When it comes to creating a diptych, the biggest consideration is deciding what story you want to tell. Your photos may match or contrast in subject, composition and lighting, but thoughtful editing decisions can tie them together in a cohesive manner. Color and tones are especially important. For example, a high-contrast black and white photo can be beautifully complemented with a soft, muted color photograph.

A diptych can also be an effective way to show movement. For example, you might include two pictures of a person walking or running, or you could pair a close-up shot of a flower with a landscape.

PicFrame makes it easy to create diptychs with its built-in photo frames, allowing you to choose the size, width and color of your border. You can also set the layout to either be vertical or horizontal and choose from rounded or square corners. Using this app, you can easily create beautiful and compelling diptychs that will impress your audience.

How to create a polyptych

The term polyptych refers to a set of three separate images that are combined into one art piece. Triptychs are popular among wall art combinations as they create a dramatic effect by telling a visual story and bringing a sense of depth to your home.

The key to a great triptych is continuity. By creating a point of interest in each frame and ensuring that the images follow the rule of two thirds, you can ensure that your artwork will look cohesive.

To start, make a new file at the size you would like your final triptych to be. For example, if your images are 12×18 inches and 300 dpi that means the file will be 8493×1953. Then open the Print module and click the Make Saved Print button. Enter a name for the print in the window that appears and then select the Collection that you want to use as the source for your triptych.

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