Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Annual Family Photomosaic

Regular readers of this blog may have seen this next post coming. Anytime we take family pictures, there's always a photomosaic follow-up. The library of images used in the mosaic is our total collection of family pictures, now up to 23,124 images from our nine years of marriage. This photomosaic was made of 10,000 tiles at 1200 dpi, with 20% recolor. 

For full effect, make sure you expand the image.

A few interesting tidbits: 
  1. We've never had a family pic with so many dark shades before (as we're usually in casual dress), so I was really curious what images would be used for the suits...turns out we're mostly made of jack-o-lanterns.
  2.  My shiny bald head contains lots of Easter egg pics, which proves that I'm an egghead. Zing!
  3. There are probably more tiles of Davis than anyone else (most of the brown background is Davis). Either we're shutter happy or every single picture we take of him happens to be in a semi-dark environment.

If this is your first time seeing one of our photomosaics and you'd like to try one yourself, head over to AndreaMosaic.

1 comment:

  1. I like that you noticed that one of the pictures used for my eye is the plaque that says "Holiness to the Lord."