Can I put 2 photos side by side?
Does anyone know a trick for putting 2 photos side by side in a hub? If I send one to the right side, there doesn't seem to be a way to keep a half size photo on the left, too. I could combine them in photoshop, but I'd like to have titles and captions for each one. Am I missing something easy....or is it just not possible?
As far as I know, you can't put two photo capsules next to each other. If you put them together in photoshop, you should be able to add a large white border at the bottom and add the captions as text blocks where you want them under each photo. The titles can be done the same way by creating a large white border at the top and adding the text. It's been a while since I used photoshop so I can't remember exactly how to do that.
I don't think Hubpages permits placement of two photo capsules side by side. Like Sheila contends, you can do it using Photoshop.
A much simpler way would be placing your photos side by side on your desktop (feels clumsy I know) and then snipping them together using a tool like Skitch. Does it pretty well I should add, and you may as well clip in a little text.
Never used it in HP though but I guess it is fine. Hope this helps Act.
I use the Picmonkey collage feature to put photos side by side; Hubpages doesn't let you.
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