The one thing I’ve realized over the years when creating Photoshop tutorials for our Digital Creation’s Club and the NPB blog is that there’s all different levels of experience.
Sometimes I forget to cover the simple steps and people will email and let me know. That’s why I decided to record this short Photoshop Tutorial and show how to open two images and copy one to the other.
This is extremely important and something you need to know when using Digital Backgrounds and Props or when creating basic picture collages.
Watch this video and see how it’s done.
Here’s the basic steps I cover in the video.
- 1. Open Photoshop
- 2. Choose File===>Open and locate your first image
- 3. Choose File===>Open and locate your second image
- 4. Separate your two images by clicking on one of the tabs and dragging it out from the nested tabs.
- 5. Click on the layer in the layers pallet and drag into the second image.
The video above shows the exact steps and how simple it is to perform this task. If you have any questions…leave them in the comments box below.
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