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How to merge 2 images together without using photoshop? Answered

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I want to know how people merge 2 images together, but most people tell me to use photoshop, which I'd rather not shell money out for.  Is there any other way to merge 2 images together?

EDIT- so apparently people are thinking I want to merge 2 images together into some mumbo jumbo sh*t.  No.  THIS IS WHAT I WANT:

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datapunk (author)2015-02-15

Hey dude, try this:

http://www.photojoiner.net

Super easy. Completely free and online.

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Coollfoxx98 (author)datapunk2016-07-29

Works, thank you so much.

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WilliamD79 (author)2016-01-06
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RudolfM (author)2015-08-30

One free solution:


http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/18313/create-panoramic-photos-with-windows-live-photo-gallery/

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AndrewR9 (author)2015-03-07

MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON
Mannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

WORM THING, will save the day!

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harish2312 (author)2010-10-01

irfan view is the best program for what you want to do. download and install it from here
http://irfanview.en.softonic.com/
its free for life time :)
after installing open irfanview go to IMAGE option and from the dropdown menu select CREATE PANORAMA IMAGE then you can add all the images you want togeather, specify vertical or horizontal...
rest the programme does it for you...
enjoy !!!!! :)

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pooja khushi (author)harish23122013-06-17

hello Harish..thank you for your post but when i was downloading 'http://irfanview.en.softonic.com/ '..i faced the problem at last steps..i don't know how it starts download and ask questions in english but later on at last steps it starts asking options in German..somehow i managed and finish installation tooo...but that was of no use..every option was in german only..is there any english version..

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hlee22 (author)2012-09-12

http://makephotogallery.net is the tool you want.
It's a free online tool to combine multiple images into one image.

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qwerty987 (author)2010-09-22

I did this recently just using paint for windows.

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Millawi Legend (author)DJ Radio2010-09-23

Oh I get it. It is really easy. I'll make a video. I'll use paint.

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Millawi Legend (author)DJ Radio2010-09-25

It was in another comment but here it is again.

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qwerty987 (author)Hiyadudez2010-10-26

you can go to my first ible from my home

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Millawi Legend (author)Hiyadudez2010-10-24

OWW!!!!111! WHY DID YOU DO THAT!!!!ONEHUNDREDANDELEVEN!!11!!

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Obi-Wahn (author)2010-09-22

Well, I assume you'd like to make a Panoramic image, right?!?

I use Autostitch (http://cvlab.epfl.ch/~brown/autostitch/autostitch.html). It's free/demoware and easy as pie.

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DJ Radio (author)Obi-Wahn2010-09-22

I tried and it says it costs 3 dollars.

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Obi-Wahn (author)DJ Radio2010-09-26

I downloaded it right before I posted this and there was no word about 3$.

You downloaded the Windows demo, did you?!

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DJ Radio (author)Obi-Wahn2010-09-26

No, it was an iPhone app.

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Re-design (author)Obi-Wahn2010-09-22

Good answer. I use it alot. It's great for makeing panoramic images. And it's super easy to use. And FREE!

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Millawi Legend (author)2010-09-23

Here is a crappy video. I dont know what happened but i hope you can still see what is going on. I hope this is what your looking for. You will have to un-compress it.

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Joe Martin (author)2010-09-21

Microsoft ICE, give it a search in Google. A wonderful little program!

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DJ Radio (author)Joe Martin2010-09-22

Not what I am looking for. I want something that does this:

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Shadowman39 (author)2010-09-22
Use GIMP, it's free. After you download it, here's how to do it:
  • Go to file, then open up one of the images you want to use.
  • Go to file, and click "open as layers". Choose the next picture you want.
  • Look at the right sub-window, there should be two pictures now. One should be called "background". Click on the picture that doesn't say "background". Then, change the opacity (it's the slider above the picture list).
And there you have it! Here's an example picture. Hopefully this is what you were asking.

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DJ Radio (author)Shadowman392010-09-22

The effect you have demonstrated is not what I want. Something like this is what I want:

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Re-design (author)2010-09-21

Download Gimp. It will let you work with photos and do what you want' AND it's free.

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DJ Radio (author)Re-design2010-09-21

Tell me how to merge 2 images with GIMP because I can't figure it out for the life of me.

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freakyqwerty (author)DJ Radio2010-09-22

ifd you click open as layers with both images you may need to erase parts so it show through

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seandogue (author)2010-09-21

There are a host of free "photoshop" type programs. Paint_dot_net and gimp are two that comes to mind. I prefer Paint.Net

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Kwitmeh3 (author)2010-09-21

Well there are free programs to do that.

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