To create the poster, I used Photoshop CS2. You can use any image editing software that allows you to work with layers. I started by opening a new 16x20 file at 250 dpi. Since I am working with white, I did not need to add any fill color to the background. The first thing I did was copy/paste the larger "portrait" image of Jeremy into my new document. Then I flattened the image. Using the rulers in Photoshop as my guide, I used the rectangle selection tool to draw a box one inch in from all four edges. I then did an Edit>Copy followed by an Edit>Paste. This created a new layer in Photoshop. On this new layer, I added a drop shadow and a gold stroke using the Layer>Layer Styles menu. This new layer is the actual working area with the background becoming the border. Once I had my working area and my border done, it was just a matter of dragging the two images of Jeremy onto the white working area. I positioned the layers in a way I felt looked good. With all the images matching the white background, it was a snap to use the eraser tool to erase any areas where the images overlapped. Once that was all done, I added his name in an appropriate text. All I had to do after that was flatten the image and print out the poster!