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I'm trying to recreate my CV with Latex, but currently struggle to include a picture of me in to top right, as it is usual.

I'm using this template and added

 \noindent \hfill \includegraphics[scale=0.5,clip]{picture.jpg}

where the document starts. Now everything is moved down, as the picture takes up space.

How can I include the graphic in the background, so the rest of the document is not affected?

Example: I have this on the left, I want to have it like on the right.

enter image description here

  • From the documentation: \ecvafterpicture{\ecvspace{-3.5cm}} – Thruston Mar 22 '16 at 15:23
  • ohmy. I should have seen that. Thank you! If you create an answer with that, I'll mark it solved. – boolean.is.null Mar 22 '16 at 15:28
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As per design you display your picture either within the left frame or on right turn side. For displaying the pic on right turn side open the \ecvpicture{} in line 19 and compile.

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