PhotoMerge 4.1.0

Software from Photoshop that merges separate photos together into one image

  • Category:

    Retouching & Optimization

  • Version:

    4.1.0

  • Works under:

    Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 2003 / Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free
  • Vote:
    4.6 (64)

Cut and move pictures to put them in other pictures that you have in your files or online.

The program is one of the easiest to use, but there are a lot of details that you want to get worked out before you start cutting and moving the pictures that you're working with. It's a program that essentially merges two or more pictures into one picture, similar to a collage.

The first thing that you will do is select the pictures that you want to work with. It could be pictures that you have downloaded, or it could be pictures that you see online. You could even save images from social media sites that your friends have shared, using these images with the cutting and merging process.

When you have selected the pictures that you want, you need to click on merge. This will tell the program that you want to combine these images in some way. Begin cutting the people or objects from the pictures that you have, moving the cut images to where you want them in a new picture or in a picture that you have on the screen. An idea is to cut people from one picture and add them to another so that you can have everyone in one image instead of needing several pictures for a family photo.

All of the pictures that you merge will be saved in a photo album. You can use some of the tools to clean up the lines so that the picture is as neat as possible. Pictures can be shared online, or you can print them so that they can be given to other people or framed.

Pros

  • Use almost any picture
  • Easily merge images together
  • Cut excess images out

Cons

  • Few details can be added

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