Over the past year I have been working on a photography project for the Westlands Water district, making images of various agricultural crops that are grown on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley. I was contracted to provide ten 18"x48" gallery wrapped canvas prints to hang in their Fresno offices. To better tell the story for each crop I combined several images together into one print, they typically described the landscape of the field or orchard, a detail image of the harvested product, and maybe something that showed the process of growing or harvesting. Alternating between a color and black and white image helped create a distinct separation between photos while still allowing the adjacent images to butt up to one another. We hung the prints at the Westland's office last week and were blown away with how much the environment changed in their facility with the addition of these fresh and colorful images. The use of several photographs together is a great technique when you want to tell a bigger story. With the continuity of all ten prints, I was extremely pleased with the outcome.