Crop Challenge | Photo Sizes with Marie

Is everyone ready for another challenge?  What I’d like you to do is create a Documenter spread using at least 3 different sized photos.   We are all used to using 4" x 6” and 3" x 4” photos, but for this challenge I’d like you to mix things up.  Try square photos, rectangular photos, small photos, or full-size photos.  

Let’s mix things up!  When you complete this challenge, upload it to the member gallery and leave a link to your project in the comments below. See ALL of the crop challenges here.

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26 comments

  1. Brinkleyboy says…
    02/18/2017

    I needed three different sized photos to for this layout, a 4x4, a 3x4, and a 2x2.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199818-gifts-i-give-myself

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  2. Kilsby says…
    02/18/2017

    This was fun & it worked out perfectly for the photos I had. http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199853-pl-spread-jan

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  3. Rockermorsan says…
    02/19/2017

    I always try to mix photo sizes in my PL spreads, so I loved this challenge! http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199864-pl-february-page-1

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  4. Ojyma says…
    02/19/2017

    This was a fun challenge, I used 4x6, 3x4, 3x2, 2x2 on this spread. http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199892-silver-skate-festival

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  5. penny says…
    02/19/2017

    I used 5 different photo sizes for this pocket page spread: http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199897-17-things-that-make-me-happy

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  6. CristinaC says…
    02/19/2017
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  7. cporter says…
    02/19/2017
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  8. JudyinhuntsvilleAL says…
    02/19/2017

    I used 4-5 different size photos on this page - 4x6. 4x4 and 3.5x3.5
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199920-rocket-city-yoga

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  9. WhamBamPam says…
    02/20/2017
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  10. JaneD says…
    02/20/2017

    I have used four different sizes of photos on this documenter spread; 6x4, 3x4, 2.9x3.6 and 1.5x1.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199940-v-53-2016

    Great challenge

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  11. TenThousandBeside says…
    02/20/2017

    Thanks for the challenge, Marie! Love your beautiful example. I used 4x6, 3x4, 2.25x2.25, and an odd rectangular size.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199958-pl-2017-wk-7

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  12. huskermom98 says…
    02/20/2017

    This was fun--helped make my page more visually interesting!

    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199980-smile-big

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  13. bandaidqueen says…
    02/21/2017

    I use different photo sizes a lot for my happy planner. Using it to document 2017.

    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199986-crop-challenge-different-photo-sizes

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  14. JaneD says…
    02/21/2017

    Four different sized photos on this pocket page spread.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/199991-v-20

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  15. JaneD says…
    02/21/2017

    This is so much fun I just had to make another spread :) Photo sizes 3x4, 4x6 and 3x3
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200006-v-21

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  16. tpgirl says…
    02/21/2017

    I usually use a variety of sizes. Here I have used 3x3, 3.5x3.5 and 3x4 . This time I actually left out a 4x6 !
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200020-dec-2016-pocket-pages-lhs
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200019-dec-2016-pocket-pages-rhs

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  17. statua says…
    02/21/2017

    I'm totally in love with different photo sizes and use them quite often on one single spread. In the link below is a good example for how I normally combine those sizes.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200037-september_2015_pl_page1

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  18. juliee says…
    02/21/2017

    I used 3 differently sized photos on this spread for my december daily

    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200038-happy-holidays

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  19. diestempelkueche says…
    02/22/2017

    http://cdn.studiocalico.com/pictures/images/000/430/352/large/IMG_3761_original.JPG?1487781192

    It is a good idea to use different size photos for added visual interest on a layout. Thanks for the inspiration Marie!

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  20. CeliseMcL says…
    02/22/2017

    I cut 4 photos to different sizes and placed them on this grid plaid paper from the confidant add on #2 and cut up some journal cards too.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200087-change-is-good

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  21. SarahSC says…
    02/23/2017
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  22. AndreaHB says…
    02/24/2017
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    02/24/2017
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  24. jenwong says…
    02/24/2017

    I used some smaller 2-ish x 2-ish inch square photos in addition to regular 4x6 and 3x4 photos in this documenter spread.
    http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/200228-pl-2015-week-31-spread

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  25. Inalein says…
    02/24/2017
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