Merging multiple images in Photoshop


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Merging multiple images in Photoshop

Let's begin to think even further about how we can combine multiple photographs, in order to create one image inside of Photoshop. Here I'm in this kids folder. If I zoom in by pressing the E key, we'll notice that I have a photograph of my daughter and some of her friends. There are two images here. One image gets part of the group; another image gets another part of the group. The problem was that my composition wasn't very good. Yet, what I want to do is combine these images together. Let's press the G key. Go to the Grid View. Next, hold down the Command key on a Mac, Ctrl key on a PC, and click on both images, or for that matter, however many images you're going to use.

Then you already know the technique which is to right-click or Ctrl-Click. Here, we're going to choose Edit In. What we want to do is we want to open as layers in Photoshop. This will then open up both of these images in a single document in Photoshop. All right, well, now that we're in this...

Merging multiple images in Photoshop
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Merging multiple images in Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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Lightroom
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