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P. Elements how to Combine Multiple Images

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How to use Photoshop Elements to combine multiple images - not cross dissolved
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Photoshop Elements: Combine Multiple Images
Adobe
®
Photoshop
®
Elements 6July 3, 2008
When you want to combine multiple images into one new image, you must open separatefiles and then copy each file into the working image. Two common ways to do this are:Copy an image and paste it into another image.Drag-and-drop an image on top of another image.After you copy all images to your working image, you are ready to make a collage.
View All Open Images
When combining images, it helps to view all the open images in the Editor workspace.To view multiple images at the same time:1. Open the images you want to combine.2. From the
Window
menu, select
Images
, then
Tile
. The images are tiled in theworkspace.
View Only One Image
To view only on image:1. In the tiled view, click the image you want to view.2. From the
Window
menu, select
Images
, then
Maximize Mode
. The selected image isdisplayed.
 
Copy and Paste Images
To copy and paste images:1. Open the source images you want to copy and a destination image (new or existingimage).2. View all open images in the workspace (see above).3. Click an image that you want to copy.4. From the
Select
menu, select
All
or press
Ctrl+A
.5. From the
Edit
menu, select
Copy
or press
Ctrl+C
.6. Click the destination image.7. From the
Edit
menu, select
Paste
or click
Ctrl+V
. Each image you add is displayed onits own layer above the current layer.
Drag and Drop Images
To drag and drop images:1. Open the source images you want to copy and a destination image (new or existingimage).2. View all open images in the workspace (see above).3. Click an image that you want to copy.4. From the
Select
menu, select
All
or press
Ctrl+A
.
 
5. Select the
Move
tool.6. Drag-and-drop the image on top of the destination image. When you release the mousebutton over the destination image, the copied image is displayed on its own layer abovethe current layer.7. Repeat until all source images are copied.
Caution: Do Not Drag from the Photo Bin
Do not drag your photos from the photo bin into another file. When you drag from the photobin, Photoshop Elements creates a special layer called a
frame layer
and places your photoin the frame layer. The photo appears small in the destination file and the layer thumbnail ismarked with a plus sign (+) in the lower right corner in the Layers palette.Frame layers are special layers that you use when creating projects in Photoshop Elements.During ordinary editing, working with a plain layer is easier. If you inadvertantly create aframe layer, delete it, then follow the instuctions above for copying a source image into adestination image.

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