Software that will organize hundreds of photos into one image

5 months 1 week ago - 5 months 1 week ago #642762 by Zeberk
I don't know what this would even be called so excuse my vagueness.  Let's say I have 500 photos of a wedding client and want to combine all those photos into one photo by reducing these in size so that each is tiny and placing them side by side, positioning similar colors side by side.  So when all images have been added there might even be another image showing.  Like a heart for example. 

Does that make sense?  If so, is there a software that exist that will do this? 


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5 months 1 week ago #642786 by garyrhook

Zeberk wrote: I don't know what this would even be called so excuse my vagueness.  Let's say I have 500 photos of a wedding client and want to combine all those photos into one photo by reducing these in size so that each is tiny and placing them side by side, positioning similar colors side by side.  So when all images have been added there might even be another image showing.  Like a heart for example.


You're looking for a photo mosaic. Google will provides lots of pointers.


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