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How to Stitch Two Pictures Together Using PaintShop Pro 9

Updated February 21, 2017

With the PaintShop Pro 9 installed on your computer, you can edit pictures by changing colours and using other effects. For example, you can combine two pictures together by using the PanoWarp feature, which creates a panoramic view for the images. By adding two layers for two different images, you can then stitch the pictures together to make one picture. Stitching pictures together is also helpful when you want to show two different photos side-by-side to point out differences.

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  1. Open the Photoshop Pro 9 application on your computer and then click the "File" option from the top toolbar menu.

  2. Click the "New" option and then a new page will open. Open the first image you want to stitch on your computer, and then right-click the image. Click the "Copy" option.

  3. Return to the Photoshop Pro 9 program and then press the "Ctrl" and "L" keys at the same time to create a new layer. Right-click within the new layer and then click the "Paste" option.

  4. Open the second image on your computer and then right-click the image. Click the "Copy" option and then return to the Photoshop Pro 9 program.

  5. Press the "Ctrl" and "L" keys to create a second layer, and then right-click within the layer. Click the "Paste" option.

  6. Select the "Image" option from the top toolbar menu and then click the "Canvas size" option. Select the "PanoWarp" option to enter the PanoWarp mode.

  7. Click the "Mover" tool and then move the picture so they are side by side. Select the "Eraser" tool and then use your mouse to erase portions of each image that span too far.

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Greg Lindberg
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