What is the latest way to combine three jpg files?

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What is the latest way to combine three jpg files? I was not able to check all the possibilities of combining three jpg files as one. Can you share with me your experiences about combining images with jpg file extensions? This is very relevant for me. Give me the safest and best procedure.

Expecting some help, thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #168605

What is the latest way to combine three jpg files?

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Hi Jenetj,

I have read your query and understood very well.

This is an easy task and it will take around hardly 10 minutes to do depends upon number of images you want to combine.

Requirement : Adobe Photoshop CS5 [I used this and no issue with other version]

Follow the steps:

  1. Open Photoshop – > click file menu – >select new.
  2. Fill appropriate height and width so that all images get fit into it.  {eg. 1200 x 1000} – > press enter.
  3. Drag the images one -by-one from desktop on the Photoshop canvas(white color board).
  4. Arrange each image manually so that all images get properly fit within canvas.
  5. click on file and save the image as jpeg file format.
  6. Done..!!

Checkout the sample example.:

 

I hope that this solution is most easiest and quickest way of doing this task.

 

Thanks.

Answered By 0 points N/A #168606

What is the latest way to combine three jpg files?

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You can combine two, three or more images as you want in one. You can use Adobe Photoshop who is powerful image editor with great speed, power and productivity. You can download trial version and see how it works.

If you decide to use Photoshop for combine three images: Right click on images and open with Photoshop. Now we have three images open. Then go to File->Open->New Image->Set the dimension you need for combined image. Select first image that you want to combine, copy (ctrl+c) and go to blank canvas for paste the image (ctrl+v). The same copy-paste do with the other two images. If you need to transform images, to make them smaller or bigger hold ctrl+t. Finally File->Save As->image.jpg

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