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Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by allotment, Jan 19, 2013.

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  1. allotment

    allotment Thread Starter

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    i want to join 2photos together
     
  2. etaf

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    this may be better in Digital Photography & Imaging forum, so moving , unless this is for web design

    what exactly do you want to do - can you give some detail
     
  3. allotment

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    ihave two seperate photos of my daughters at a wedding and i like to have them put together if possible
    thanks
     
  4. Noyb

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    How .. Side by Side, Over & Under .. or .. Parts of one inserted into the other ????
    Which version of Photoshop do you have ????
     
  5. wowzer

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    Be nice to see them... and as has been asked... "put together" ... how?
     
  6. Peano

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    Right, show and tell.

    Show: the pictures.

    Tell: Clearly, please, what you mean by "put together."
     
  7. ngk0585

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    Photoshop comes with a utility called Photo Stitch. Look for it. It will do what you wish irrespective of the orientation or format. this assumes both pictures were taken with similar backgrounds. If not you will have to do some editing in Photoshop. If they come from differing sources, you can crop both in Photo Shop, Create New file with twice the dimensions of either, then copy and paste into the new file. They can be moved however you like in the New. Flatten the image and crop as desired. Iterations of this process will yield your most precious desire. - good luck.
     
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    I hadn't though of stitching photos (making a panorama) .. but now that you mentioned it ... (good suggestion)
    I have found that "usually" the freeware Autostitch works better than Photoshop and is fully automatic.
    Autostitch hasn't been updated in a long time and I see there's a "new kid" on the block .. Hugin ...
    I haven't had a chance to play with him yet :D
     
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