The People's Picture

The People's Picture

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Combining thousands of your photographs to create a single image the People's Picture is a dramatic way to tell a story, commemorate an important occasion.
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Love ties on eHarmony's #LoveCaptured photo competition. £5,000 up for grabs! PLEASE PLEASE VOTE :)

The winning images in the eHarmony Love Captured photographic competition give a glimpse at love in all its different forms.

Two Homeless Strangers, Vera Lucia Gama,  Top voted in London

Two homeless strangers. Found love and shelter forever. on eHarmony's photo competition. up for grabs!

Love Eruption,  Steve Baguley,  Top voted in West Midlands

Love eruption: Teachers Steven Baguley and his partner Katy met three-and-a-half years ago in Thailand and have been travelling the world ev.

eHarmony fifth anniversary of the "Capture Love" theme photography contest - One Dollar PS

The winning images in the eHarmony Love Captured photographic competition give a glimpse at love in all its different forms.

Unconditional Love on eHarmony's #LoveCaptured photo competition.

Unconditional Love on eHarmony's photo competition.

"The People's Monarch" by Helen Marshall, seen at Gatwick Airport, London - The installation consists of two large photomosaics and was put together in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. The BBC invited its viewers and listeners to contribute photographs for the project, and ultimately received 5,500 submissions.

"The People's Monarch" by Helen Marshall, seen at Gatwick Airport, London - The installation consists of two large photomosaics and was put together in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. The BBC invited its viewers and listeners to contribute photographs for the project, and ultimately received 5,500 submissions.

Helen Marshall  has created two mosaic images of the Queen  - one from shortly before her coronation and a more recent picture - out of thousands of photographs sent in by members of the public...

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee: unusual portraits created to mark the event.

A mosaic picture of Elizabeth II in Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. The picture is produced by Helen Marshall for the diamond jubilee using more than 5,000 photos sent by the BBC

A mosaic picture of Elizabeth II in Towner Gallery in Eastbourne. The picture is produced by Helen Marshall for the diamond jubilee using more than photos sent by the BBC

A Look at the Big Picture--a mosaic of 110,000 photos

Photos of The Big Picture, the world\'s biggest photo mosaic unveiled in Birmingham, England, by artist Helen Marshall

In 2008, a massive photo mosaic was assembled from more than 112,000 images in Birmingham, England. Project manager Kerry Endsor and artist Helen Marshall worked together to transform   photos from area residents into The Big Picture, an image of record-breaking scale.

In a massive photo mosaic was assembled from more than images in Birmingham, England. Project manager Kerry Endsor and artist Helen Marshall worked together to transform photos from area residents into The Big Picture, an image of record-breaking scale.

A digital mosaic of photograph of British Army private James Ernest Beany, killed in France in 1916 during the first world war. The portrait was created by artist Helen Marshall as people pay their respects to the fallen.

A digital mosaic of photograph of British Army private James Ernest Beany, killed in France in 1916 during the first world war. The portrait was created by artist Helen Marshall as people pay their respects to the fallen.

A digital mosaic of a photograph of British Army private James Ernest Beaney, killed in France in 1916 during the first world war. The portrait was created by artist Helen Marshall as people pay their respects to the fallen

A digital mosaic of a photograph of British Army private James Ernest Beaney, killed in France in 1916 during the first world war. The portrait was created by artist Helen Marshall as people pay their respects to the fallen

Photomontage portrait of the Queen, made from family pictures collected by the artist, Helen Marshall 'The People's Monarch'

Photomontage portrait of the Queen, made from family pictures collected by the artist, Helen Marshall 'The People's Monarch'

Artist Helen Marshall used more than 5,000 photos submitted by BBC viewers and listeners in the South East to make the mosaic

Artist Helen Marshall used more than photos submitted by BBC viewers and listeners in the South East to make the mosaic