Let's look at how to combine two images in Photoshop using the Generative Fill tool! It's quick, easy and extremely powerful. All while still offering all of the freedom to mask and edit your image to perfection.
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First, place two images on top of each other.
Select the seam of the images using the Rectangular Marquee tool.
Hit Generate in the context bar without filling in a prompt. Photoshop will connect and blend the two images in a way it thinks makes the most sense.
Step 4 (Optional)
Depending on the result, you can use the "Generative Fill" layers' Layer Mask to mask away and blend back some of the original image underneath.
In this example, we are bringing back the subject's original face while keeping the interetting hair design.
How to Combine Two Images in Photoshop using AI
Alternatively, you can use generative fill to connect and combine two images in Photoshop. Place the images you want to combine next to each other, but leave an empty section of canvas between them.
Select the empty space and part of both images using the Rectangular Marquee tool.
Hit Generate in the context bar without filling in a prompt. Photoshop will connect the two images, taking both lighting an perspective into account.
That's How to Combine Two Images in Photoshop!
Combining two images in Photoshop using the Generative Fill tool is a breeze. Just remember to hit Generate a few times until you get a result you're happy with. And even if it's not perfect, don't worry - you can always use it as a jumping-off point! With a bit of tweaking, masking, and blending, you'll be able to achieve the perfect outcome every time.
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