Put two pictures side by side

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put two pictures side by side

Combine pictures into one

Upload a photo and select the canvas size to combine your pictures. For instance, unlink the aspect ratio and enter a 1800x1200 resolution (3:2). Click "pad" or "crop" to adjust the picture to the canvas, or set a border to adjust with margin.

Then, resize your photo to fill a half of the canvas (900x1200). Use the corner handlers for scaling and the middle ones for cropping. Make "double click" on the image to adjust the cropping area, moving the image around the visible area.

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put two photos together

Put two photos together

Upload a second image and scale it to fill the empty space in the canvas. Move its position to place the images side by side. You can also reduce a little the width of both pictures to create some space between them and change the background color.

To replace one image, just select the picture and upload a new photo. This will be automatically cropped and scaled if is required. Then, adjust the cropping area doing "double click" on the selected image, and moving and scaling the image as required.

How to put two pictures side by side

With Abraia you can easily combine two or more pictures into one. You can easily resize and crop your photos to create compositions, to directly share on your web and social media.

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1

Choose the size

Select a preset or enter your own width and height values to set the canvas size. Upload your images, one at a time, and use the handlers to freely resize and place your pictures.

2

Place the images

Place the images side by side or build your own composition directly on the canvas. Just use the mouse and the handlers to freely place, scale, crop, and rotate your photos.

3

Export the image

Click "export" to generate the image combining the two pictures. Select the image format (JPEG, PNG, or WebP) and get a perfectly optimized version ready to share on your web or social media.


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