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Hello! I am not sure if I am posting in the right forum, so forgive me if I am. I need assistance in stitching photos together into one. I read all the other posts on the topic, but here's what I am aiming at. I have three pictures that I want to place side-by-side; it's three photos of an action, so they look similar but have subtle differences. When I try to use the panorama feature, all three photos get layered on top of each other, and I am not sure if it's because the photos are of the same person in action and the differences are subtle or what. Any ideas on how to put photos next to each other?

 

So, here's an example:5a07221922946_ScreenShot2017-11-11at11_14_26AM.png.9db5ed6eeedf7d2e599bd0e3388f1605.png

But what I want is for each layer to be side-by-side instead of on top of each other.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks! 

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Load the first image, then adjust the document size so that it is three times as wide, aligning the image at the left. Then either place (or copy-paste) the next image on top of it, moving it to the centre. Then do the same with the third at the right-hand side. You can then merge the three layers if you want.

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