So you like creating composites? Great. But have you ever tried creating one made exclusively out of your own photo? It could be intimidating at first, but once you tried, there is no turning back! Sure, using you own photos asks some dedication, but also gives you much flexibility about your project: you are the sole master on board. But how to be efficient at it? What are the main traps to avoid, the main tricks? Let's see.
First, it is very important to define exactly your project. The best way to do so is a sketch. A rough one can be enough, you don't need to be a very skilled drawer. Here is one of my "best one":