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How to Combine Photos in Photoshop

Hey Cafe Crew, it's Colin Smith here from PhotoshopCAFE and this week I'm going to show

you how to combine two photographs together inside of Adobe Photoshop.

It seems like this is an area that people trip up a lot, so I'm going to do a tutorial

on it right now and just kind of answer all those questions once and for all is how do

you combine two photos.

So there's a couple of different ways of doing it.

The easiest way to do it inside of Photoshop CC is to click and hold on the photograph

that you want to bring into the other one.

Then move your mouse right up until you see the other one appear, move your mouse or your

pointer, if you're holding a Wacom, over the top.

If you hold down the Shift key, it will center it and now release.

And notice what we've done is we've now got both the photographs there inside of two layers

on top of each other so we can combine them.

But let's go back and I'm going to show you some other things.

So if we choose under here, notice there's a thing called Application Frame.

Now this is only on the Mac.

You won't find this on Windows.

So if I turn Application Frame off, notice that these are kind of just floating and I

can take a photo and drag it into the second one; notice we've combined them.

Okay, so let's go back to the Application Frame and turn it back on again because on