How can I make one image of two photos side by side in Photoshop Elements 8
I used to do this through merge photos in Photoshop Elements 2, but it doesn't seem to work the same way in 8 or there's something I'm missing. I want to show the front and back bookcovers in only one images by making one image of them side by side. Need clear instructions on how to do this.
Here are some instructions that I found:
http://help.adobe.com/en_US/PhotoshopEl … -7ffe.html
Personally, I would use Picasa, it is free software and can make stitched photos in the collage application in about 1 second....and then share the photo in about 2 seconds.
there are several ways - one of the easiest is to open the 1st image, then resize /canvas - this puts white space on the original image. then open the 2nd image, do edit/cut to put in in your clipboard.
finally click on the frirst image, use edit/paste the2nd image and move it to where you want it
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