How to Make a Large Family Portrait

Add a creative touch to cherished family photos with cropping, large format printing and framing.

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Determine Spacing & Install Hangers

Determine the center point for each frame within the outline using a measuring tape. Mark with a pencil, then install picture hangers with a hammer (Image 2). Tip: To ensure a perfect fit, consider adding two picture hangers for framed pieces 36 inches or wider.

Hang Frames

Hang frames in position one at a time (Image 1). First, make sure the picture wires catch the hangers, then adjust each frame until straight (Image 2). Next, place level on top of each frame until perfectly aligned (Image 3). Repeat this process until all frames are successfully hung (Image 4).

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