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PostPosted: Tue Jul 23, 2013 11:15 am 
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I've been on a staycation in Alaska for the last two weeks - I know, that's rough. We were visited by family and friends and actually ventured beyond the Fairbanks-Northstar Borough. While I was in a hotel in Valdez and fell in love with a triptych of Denali on one of the walls. I really like triptych art - a lovely image broken into thirds. They fill large spaces but are easy on the eyes if the images are chosen wisely.

Here's an example I found online by Megan Duncanson...isn't it pretty? That would look great hanging over my sofa :D

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The same principle can be used on scrapbook pages. Sometimes a scenic photo can be almost overwhelming, but cropping and mounting it in thirds can give the eyes a place to rest. Even if you're using divided page protectors, you can still use large photos provided they aren't too busy.

In this example I used a photo of the start of a sled dog race. If I'd left it at 4x6, much of the movement would be lost. I used the large photo un-divided for a member layout, but I split it using PSE for my digital Project Life page. Which do you like better?

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oh that's really cool! Thanks for sharing!

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very cool! I really like the first layout, although they are both awesome. I think I am more drawn to the colors and feminine touches. :)

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I like them both. The first one because it looks like a "traditional" LO. The embellishments and papers look great with your pictures!

The second one because you can see the movement in the race so much better. That looks so cool split in thirds! Great LOs! Beautiful!

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Very cool idea. I'll have to keep this in mind for a scenery shot.

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Say that 10x fast. haha

Absolutely beautiful :)

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