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Layering photos

Layering photos over one another is a quick and easy technique to give your images a new perspective. Overlaying a second, semi-transparent image on top of another can create interesting designs, collages or effects.

We recommend using grids to layer photos. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Grids album and select the first grid.
  2. Click, hold and drag the first photo into the grid.
  3. Add the same type of grid on top of the first one.
  4. Click, hold and drag the second photo into the second grid.
  5. Adjust the transparency level by moving the slider to your left.
  6. You can resize and move the photo in the editor accordingly.

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