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Q. I have 4 sequential sports photos that I'd like to frame. Where can I find one frame to hold all of these pictures?
02/03/04
A. Jason, You didn't indicate the size of these images, but I'll presume that they are 11x14 or smaller. Having a custom framer design and cut a nice mat with four openings in a row would do these justice. Depending upon the size of the image, 1/2 - 3/4 inch spacing between each opening would be about right.

Photography typically looks good with a clean presentation, perhaps with a simple wood or metal frame.

This layout and design is typically NOT a ready-made design so you will probably not find this as an off the shelf item. Please visit your closest FramerSelect frameshop or PPFA member shop.

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