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Old February 12th, 2014, 11:22 AM
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Stitching 2 photos in Paintshop Pro X6

I want to stitch 2 halves of a scanned pic together - the original was too big for my A4 scanner. I'm into a trial with PSP but can't find any reference to doing this. As a newbie, I'd appreciate some help please!

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Stitching Photos

I will assume that the final image will be landscape, if portrait then you can probably figure the changes to make.
Work in Edit mode and Windowed so you can see three images on the workspace at once (Window > untick Tabbed Documents)
Mke sure your Layers Palette is visible (F8)

1. File > New make the new canvas transparent and make it about twice the width of your image (about 200 pixels wider than the sum of the two images you are stitching).
2. Load your two images .
3. Click the title bar of each image in turn, then go and drag the layer thumbnail over on top of the transparent document from (1)
4. Click the title bar of the document from (1) . You now have three layers, the bottom transparent background and the two half image layers above.
5. Use the Move tool to drag the layers around so they overlap approximately.
6. Select the top layer and change the blend from Normal to Difference - parts of the image will turn darker in color almost black.
7. Now move the top layer a little and then use the arrow keys to jiggle the images closer to overlap. When they are aligned that part will turn black.
8. Switch back from Difference to Normal. Layers > Merge All
9. Crop the excess and you have your merged and stitched photos.
This sounds a lot but becomes very simple when you have done enough of it.

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