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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to opening more than one image.
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Hey guys and welcome to another Photoshop quick tip from Roberts Productions. In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to add or open two or more images in Photoshop. I got a few question over this so here we go.
All you have to do is hit file, open and select your two images that you’d like to use. So you can either click and drag and drop and you kind of see this little square selection tool or you can just click and control click to select as many images as you like. Okay and just simply hit open.
So I'm guessing when you open your photos they open like this and you're probably wondering where did the other photo go. It’s there but what you have to do is you have to come over here to the collapse window button, up the top for the Photoshop window but just for down here the great out area, hit the middle one and that will kind of make you're photo smaller in it’s own separate window, so that you can work with two of images and in between these images you can drag and drop certain things and so on.
Another way to add to images to Photoshop is simply by drag and drops so I'm going to go to my folder, I'm going to select the two images I want and drag them into the Photoshop window. And there I have my two images in Photoshop.
I hope this tutorial helped, if you have any question please fell free to email at using the Youtube messaging system, I do check all of my message and if you are into please write a comment and subscribe. I'm Robert from Roberts Production and until next time take care!