How to merge two or three photos to tell a story?
I'm trying to tell a story through my photos. I want to merge 3 photos into one. I don't have photoshop. IS there a way to merge photos without photoshop. explain
You can do it with Paint as well. If you are using windows you will have paint in your computer.
Just google how to create collage with paint. You will get step by step instructions. I just made one myself.
If it is the price of Photoshop that scares you
Open all 3 photos in GIMP.
Create a new photo from the menu.
Select each photo and press Ctrl+A.
Select the new empty photo and press Ctrl+C.
There will be a small window with layers on your right.
Select layers and move them with the "Move" tool, until you arrange them in the way you like.
Flatten the layers and add captions.
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