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Four print matches....much easier now with digital cameras and computer programs. The first one I did back in '84 was done using an enlarger in a dark room. Placement of the negative had to be precise as well as the trimming once the photos were printed.
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This was my first four print match done in grade 9 photography class back in '84. My teacher loved it so much he told me for years after that it was his favourite one. Once he told us what a four print match was, I figured everyone would have done them of trees. Apparently not! I stood under this weeping birch and took the picture looking up.

This was my first four print match done in grade 9 photography class back in '84. My teacher loved it so much he told me for years after that it was his favourite one. Once he told us what a four print match was, I figured everyone would have done them of trees. Apparently not! I stood under this weeping birch and took the picture looking up.

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Same maple tree, different arrangement.

Same maple tree, different arrangement.

Maple tree with hoar frost on it.

Maple tree with hoar frost on it.

Same picture as the one with elves in but put together differently.

Same picture as the one with elves in but put together differently.

More elves and Santas

More elves and Santas

This is the same picture as the next one but put together differently. Can you see Santa (he's a little grumpy) and the elves?

This is the same picture as the next one but put together differently. Can you see Santa (he's a little grumpy) and the elves?

Maple tree with hoar frost on it.

Maple tree with hoar frost on it.

Same picture.

Same picture.

Same tree as the next picture but different shot.

Same tree as the next picture but different shot.

Weeping birch with hoar frost on the branches.

Weeping birch with hoar frost on the branches.

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