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Is there a way to merge two photos that are not of the same general area such as would be done using a panorama technique? I have two photos that I would like to paste side by side into one photo.

 

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Robert

 

Not quite sure what you want to do.

Do you want to "join" 2 photos that have overlapping areas into one photo? This is called merging or stitching.

 

Or do you want to create a new image that will have 2 completely different photos on the page?

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Not quite sure what you want to do.

Do you want to "join" 2 photos that have overlapping areas into one photo? This is called merging or stitching.

 

Or do you want to create a new image that will have 2 completely different photos on the page?

 

I want to create a new image with 2 different photos.

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There are a few ways to do this using Photosuite.

 

 

One way, quick and easy way (using the Photo Collage Project)

 

Click on the Photo Tab on the Roxio Home page and then click on Create Projects. Under Select Template, click on Collage and choose Blank collage. Choose Landscape and click Next. Add your images and click Next. Click Edit in Photosuite. Your two images should show up on one canvas in Photosuite.

 

 

Longer way ...

 

Open Photosuite (Home page > Photo tab > Edit Photos) and then open the first image that you want to put side by side with your second image (File > Open). Then Open your second image the same way.

 

Now you have 2 photos in the bin.

 

Click on and note the dimensions (width and height) of your second image.

 

Now click on the first image and click on Tools > Edit Canvas.

 

Click on Custom Size and then add the width of the second image to the width value that is showing in the Width box. Type your sum into the Width box.

 

If your second image height is larger than the first image, type that size in the height box; otherwise leave the height box the way it is and then click Landscape. Click OK.

 

Now you have the first image open with an empty space to the right of it. Click on your second image in the bin to activate it, right click on it, and then click Copy in the context menu.

 

Click back on your first image and Right click on it. Click Paste in the context menu.

 

Move the second image next to the first.

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There are a few ways to do this using Photosuite.

 

 

One way, quick and easy way (using the Photo Collage Project)

 

Click on the Photo Tab on the Roxio Home page and then click on Create Projects. Under Select Template, click on Collage and choose Blank collage. Choose Landscape and click Next. Add your images and click Next. Click Edit in Photosuite. Your two images should show up on one canvas in Photosuite.

 

 

Longer way ...

 

Open Photosuite (Home page > Photo tab > Edit Photos) and then open the first image that you want to put side by side with your second image (File > Open). Then Open your second image the same way.

 

Now you have 2 photos in the bin.

 

Click on and note the dimensions (width and height) of your second image.

 

Now click on the first image and click on Tools > Edit Canvas.

 

Click on Custom Size and then add the width of the second image to the width value that is showing in the Width box. Type your sum into the Width box.

 

If your second image height is larger than the first image, type that size in the height box; otherwise leave the height box the way it is and then click Landscape. Click OK.

 

Now you have the first image open with an empty space to the right of it. Click on your second image in the bin to activate it, right click on it, and then click Copy in the context menu.

 

Click back on your first image and Right click on it. Click Paste in the context menu.

 

Move the second image next to the first.

 

Thanks for the advice. I tried both methods and they both worked - the first much easier.

 

Robert

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