I have Photoshop CS 6 on my Mac computer. I want to bring a series of photos together into one image without any space between images, does anyone know how to this? Ideally I would like to this manually.
The reason I ask in my ealier verion of Photoshop, CS3, there was a manual alignment feature when using 'Photo Merge' feature, undr which you could manual alignment photographs if you wanted to, and I do in this instance. This feature was removed in subsequent versions of Photoshop CS 4,5, and 6.
Sean, Batch resize them all to the samne size, load as layers, increase Canvas size, and the layers will 'snap' together with the Move tool. You'll be able to use the alignment tools in the Options bar when the Move tool is selected. You will also be able to use the 'Auto select layer' feature in the Options bar to make it easier grabing the right layer.
Otherwise, get hold of Contact Sheet 2. Still resize all the images to the same size, and set the gap to zero, and turn titles off. Please note this is from memory, and it is years sonce I last used Contact Sheet.
Do the images have overlap or do you just want the butt the next to each other without a gap. Photometgs no longer has the manual align option but with overlap its alignment is much improved over CS3. If you want to just butt the images next to each other. Over in the scripting forum you can do a search on load file into a strip. Is is like load files into a stack that ships with Photoshop. Though its automatic once the images are loaded you can rearrange them on the canvas.