Photo Grid

There are a few different ways we display multiple images; the most basic technique is the photo grid. By assigning a set height to one or more rows, you can establish a loose framework to place images of any orientation to create an interesting visual vignette. To emphasize the grid, the images are separated by white lines (in this case 5 points wide). To get the most out of this technique, incorporate a variety of photo types (close-ups, environments, etc.) and colors.
Grid of University of Richmond brand photography

Break up the grid and add visual interest by including an occasional accent color. This duotone effect can easily be applied by using the transparency blend Multiply over a block of color.