Adobe Photoshop is an image-editing software giving graphic designers the ability to edit pictures with streamlined tools to prepare them for use in web or print media. According to Adobe.com, Adobe Photoshop is the professional standard with features developed to provide a better user experience, enhanced editing options and tools to increase productivity. Adobe Photoshop is a complex, yet intuitive software. When you use Photoshop you may need to open multiple images at the same time to work separately or to place the separate images into the same document.
Open Adobe Photoshop on your computer. Click "File" from the Photoshop menu.
Click "Open" located in the "File" menu. Select the first image you want to open in Adobe Photoshop and click "Open" or double-click the image. The image will open in your Photoshop workspace.
Select "File" in the Photoshop menu and click "Open" again. Adobe Photoshop will now open the previously used directory. Select the second image you wish to use and click "Open" or double-click the image. Both images are now open in Adobe Photoshop.
Tips & Warnings
- Opening multiple images in Photoshop is useful for comparison or editing of several images at once.
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