Images Back and Forth
photos can be tricky, the key here is to remember to make sure the move
tool is selected in the tool box. Then you can click on a photo, hold it
and drag it into another photo and let go. It will automatically create
a new layer in that image for the photo you have dragged in, and to move
it around on the new image you have to make sure that layer is selected
in the layers palette and you have the move tool selected.
I am guessing
that you might also run into problems trying to move now the original
image, not the image you have dragged in. You will not be able to move
this image because it is set as the background image in the
1.) Click on the background layer in the layers palette. Go to Layer>Duplicate Layer in the menu bar along the top of the program. This will create a new layer with your background image that is moveable.
2.) Go to File>New in the menu bar and create a whole new canvas with nothing on it and drag the two images in. Then you can adjust the size of your new canvas under Image>Image Size and Image>Canvas Size.
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