Alright folks, here's the final product (unless they win their league, in which case I'll have to throw "League Champs 2019" on there). I very much appreciate everyone that weighed in with comments, suggestions, and critiques. All of that helped to make this a successful project, and my nephew, the coach, seems very pleased with it.
Alright, final final product. They won the state championship. Quite an accomplishment, so I added that in. In retrospect, the only thing I'd do differently would be to make the individual pics smaller, and try to add in a team photo in the middle, with the individual pics around that. Lesson learned.
Congratulations on winning and finishing your project. If you are feeling ambitious, you could give a new layout a try.
If you wanted to make all the photos smaller, you could select all of the photo layers and using the move tool, push in on the corner - all the photos would become proportionally smaller all at the same time. After resizing them all, it would be simple to move each individual photo to make room for a team photo.
Before attempting this, save your project with a new name to prevent saving over your original project. Of course, you would need to be working on a psd file. If all you have left is a jpg, it’s too late to move around the photos.
Looks great, I'm sure everyone will love it. I can certainly identify with looking at something and thinking of what I could have done. But that's how we learn and expand on our ideas. I know my grandsons would be very happy to have a poster like this.
Sony a6000 Lenses...10-18, 18-55, 55-210, 35, 85 NIK Suite OnOne Photo RAW 2018 Topaz: Adjust, Clarity, Simplify, Clean, Lens Effects, Remask, Impression, Star Effect, Restyle and DeNoise A.I. Gigapixel