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    how to put more then one image onto the same layout.

    Hi

    I don't even know if I am going to even say this correctly.

    I am trying to make one image with 5 different images all next to each other with a border around them in Photoshop. I have worked out the dimension of the finished layout but when I drag the images onto it they end up being b&w! I dont' know where I am going wrong with this. Also, whats the best way in making sure all the borders are the same?

    Does this make sense??

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    you can use storyboard templates
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    ummm, sorry Rob but that doesn't help me. What is that????

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    you can download a lot of free or paid psd files for photoshop that do all the hard work you just add the photo's to the correct layer.
    there are also photoshop actions to create these storyboards also.
    http://meskos.deviantart.com/art/FRE...late-364222000
    http://www.mcpactions.com/actions/st...templates.html (there are free ones around)


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    thanks. Unfort it looks like I might have to make my own. I can't see a template that has what I want. Good to know for the future though.

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    What I Do:

    Create a new document the size I want the background to be, make sure in the pop-up that it says colour mode: RGB colour, it could be that it is set to mono.

    Then use the move tool to move all the photos to the new document and arrange them as you want.
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    Thanks Rick. Ive had a play with it and I am happy to say what I did worked. yay!

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