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Making 2 pictures into 1

 
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Jul 25, 2013 19:32 |  #1

Using Lightroom 3 or Adobe Photoshop is there a simple way to "unite" 2 separate pictures into 1 picture? Thx.


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Jul 25, 2013 20:22 |  #2

On top of each, so the elements show through into each other? Side by side/top and bottom?

We will need a little clarification. But I don't think you can do either of my options in LR, but you can in PS.


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Jul 25, 2013 20:28 as a reply to  @ abacus022's post |  #3

Side by side.


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Jul 25, 2013 22:42 |  #4

Look up Help > Canvas Size
In PS, increase the size on the side where you want the 2nd print. Drag the layer of the 2nd print into the first.


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Jul 26, 2013 19:55 |  #5

^
yes, that.


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Jul 30, 2013 21:58 |  #6

A few days late, but in Lightroom you can put together a print project with two photos side by side and save it to a file, it's just that with an app like Photoshop there are many more creative options!


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