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Quick and simple. If you want more , please ask!these two photos so that they are beside each other as one photo?
Wow!!!!!!! Thank you so much! You made it seem easy, but I know it was your skill.Quick and simple. If you want more , please ask!
Open one image. Use Crop Tool to extend the canvas.
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Open and position the second image.
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Use the Crop Tool again to crop the image.
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If you want the subjects to be even, you will have to use Free Transform to adjust the second photo. Move Tool to position. Add a layer mask and use the Gradient Tool to blend.
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Again with the Crop Tool......
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Like Rich stated, I'm not sure what you mean by "Photoshop Quick".IamSam, You made it seem so straight forward, but when I try to merge two photos, well, I don't get anywhere. In Photoshop Quick, I opened one photo and click on the crop tool which offered me 4 possibilities for changing the dimensions of the photo, but it wouldn't let me expand the area as shown in your first screenshot. I'm missing something obvious, obviously. Your advice please.
Ps Elements may differ slightly than Photoshop.Thank you for replying. I am using 'Adobe Photoshop Elements 2022' which I bought with my new Dell desktop in March, 2023. I'll try again with your instructions.
Thank you. Yes, I saw that 'canvas size' was important.Another approach is and assuming that Elements is as PS ..
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Select as shown assuming that you want the two canvases to be equal ... or set your size of choice
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To get this where the 2nd picture can be placed.
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