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Combine2picsinOne-1 - HOW TO PUT TWO PICTURES INTO ONE...

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HOW TO PUT TWO PICTURES INTO ONE LARGER PICTURE page 1 of 5 1. Open up the two pictures in Photoshop on your desktop. Make sure they are side by side and not stacked in file mode on top of each other 2. Go under IMAGE along the top menu bar and then scroll down to IMAGE SIZE. The following image is just an example and does not correspond exactly with the numbers you will see in your window for your pictures. 3. Look at the information in the IMAGE SIZE WINDOW for each of your two pictures. 4. Look under the IMAGE SIZE and you can see the dimensions of your pictures in inches of width and height. Do not crop your pictures. They should be exactly the same size and the same dpi since they were taken with the same camera. 5. Find out the resolution in PIXELS PER INCH (dpi) inches and the dimensions in inches of your two original pictures. Write it down on a piece of notepaper. 6. Make a new empty picture in PHOTOSHOP by going up under FILE and scroll down to NEW. In order to do this correctly, you must be in the Photoshop program. 7. NOTICE that so far, you have done nothing different from what you normally do when putting ONE picture into your piece of paper. Page 2 of 5 8. As usual, you will now see a white rectangle appear. This white rectangle represents your piece of paper.
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9. Now you must make the dimensions in inches of your new file the same as your piece of paper: 8.5” x 11”. You may choose to organize your two pictures so that they
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