merge several pictures

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by hubert.marcellin, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. Can you tell me how to merge several picture to a single bigger one on
    either Photoshop 5.5 or Photoshop CS?

    Tahnks
     
    hubert.marcellin, Jun 2, 2005
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    bogus Guest

    In the menu bar go to Image>Image Size and get the pixel dimensions for
    the photos you want to merge. Add up the dimensions for height and width.

    Create a new document and put in the height and width dimensions you
    need. Cut and paste all the images into the new file.

    If you have an image and want to make it larger to add another image to
    it, in the menu bar go to Image>Canvas Size and type in the height and
    width you need.

    dp
     
    bogus, Jun 2, 2005
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    KatWoman Guest

    in CS you can try FILE>AUTOMATE>photomerge
     
    KatWoman, Jun 2, 2005
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    L Mahoney Guest

    Im a rank beginner so cant tell you much, but Ive been working on
    collages which sounds like what you want, putting them all together? You
    can call up an image to use as a background or make a new image with a
    background color (they wont be a background if they are transparent) and
    then call up the other images you want in there. The problem comes when
    you just want part of one of the other images and not the whole thing,
    to go over to the background image. You can select the part you want in
    a secodn image and make it a layer and then move it over with the move
    tool, and do the same to any other pictures you want on there. If you
    want to move the whole image over with the move tool, its easier. Then
    you could maybe soften the edges with one of the other tools. not much
    help I know.
     
    L Mahoney, Dec 18, 2005
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