I'm about to pop to France for a few days for a close friend's wedding and wanted to take a photograph for him and his soon-to-be wife for their new house. I had some photographs of him and his fiance from a party a few years back, both separate. The idea of a composite photograph using two pictures of the two and a couple of incidental shots from the evening came to me and I blended them together in Photoshop (4 photos in total). After a few different versions I thought this was the best. It is printed on BFK Rives paper at 60cm x 60cm and has been satin varnished. Below the photo of the print is the digital file itself (at a low resolution). I have posted it as I was rather pleased with the result and it shows how something unexpected can come from what appears to be disparate source materials. It is also great to see a print with more saturation and luminance (at least in appearance) than the screen version.