collage?

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    tkme4ard TPF Noob!

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    is there a tutorial on how to do a collage in PS 7.0?
     
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    tkme4ard TPF Noob!

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    well it's not exactly what I had in mind (I wanted one big pic of the 3 of them with individual shots to the side corner but this will do. I know the pics aren't perfect either but we've been too busy to redo them and it's no longer pretty :(

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    tkme4ard TPF Noob!

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    I wanted something more like this with a black background and in white writing a poem to the side http://www.achildshopefoundation.org/img/Collage.gif

    Autumn Leaves


    The autumn leaves,
    Abandoned tree,
    The red and yellow,
    Now are free,
    A golden carpet,
    Nature’s joy,
    Now trampled on,
    By girl(s) and boy,
    In love’s young dream,
    And hand in hand,
    They touch but never,
    Understand,
    That life is short,
    And oh so sweet,
    Like falling leaves,
    On city street,
    They’re taken by,
    The wind that blows,
    The naked tree,
    Where life still flows,
    Awaiting spring,
    To bud again,
    The autumn leaves,
    Will feel no pain.

    Linda Harnett
     
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    you can open one picture, and copy and past others onto that one layout.... if that makes sense at all
     
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    ...cant you open 1 pic, and add a layer on top of it. Copy pic #2 there and position where you want it....etc. Then when you are finished collapse into 1 photo?
    Should be fairly easy, just monotonous:p (Which I love;))
     

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