How to convert two images into one pdf

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Say I have two photos (or any images), for example with the following dimensions:

+----------+ +----------+ | | | | | | | | |320 x 428 | and |320 x 428 | | | | | | | | | +----------+ +----------+ 

I want to combine them into a single image, side by side. So the result should be

+----------------------+ | | | | | 640 x 428 | | | | | +----------------------+ 

What's the simplest way to do this on a Mac? Is it possible with some default app like Preview, or would you recommend some 3rd party tool for the job?

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If I could, I'd accept these two answers:

  • If you want a GUI solution, use Preview
  • For a smooth command-line solution, use convert from ImageMagick
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I often have to do this with images of plots of data. I use the command line tools that come in the Imagemagick package; I think I installed it on my system with MacPorts. You could also choose to install with brew (brew install imagemagick).

The actual tool you want to use from Imagemagick is the convert tool. If you have your two 320x428 images, say a.png and b.png, you can do

convert +append a.png b.png c.png 

to create a new file, c.png, that has the a.png on the left and b.png on the right. Alternatively, you append them vertically with -append (instead of +) and a.png will be on top of b.png. With convert, you can do a ton of other things. For example, you can switch to a different image format for the output

convert +append a.png b.jpg c.tif 

This isn't a GUI application, but maybe some others might have a better solution. Alternatively, you could put this in some sort of automator script.

2020-12-10: I used it on 2020-12-10 and now the correct code is

convert +append a. png b.jpg +append c.tif 


This solution uses only Preview and may be handy if you can't install software on a machine. It is, however, not elegant.

Say your images are called A and B. Then:

  1. Open A in Preview.
  2. Select All, Copy.
  3. In the Tools menu, select Size and adjust the width to the sum of the width of the two images (in your example, 640 px). Keep the height. This will result in a stretched version of A.
  4. Paste the copy of the original A and move it manually to the left.
  5. In another window, open B.
  6. Select All, Copy.
  7. Paste into A, moving it to the right.
  8. Save as a new image.

Since, of course, Preview does not offer any proper image editing tools and no way to exactly position the two images, the ImageMagick solutions posted here are preferable.


How to do this with the tools to hand: Preview . app and Screen Capture.

  1. Open up any Application that lets you have a clean neat white background. Not strictly necessary but makes life easier.
  2. Make a screensnap: command shift 4 > drag out an area 640 x428 pixel (the cursor shows the dimensions).

  3. This will be saved as a .png to your Desktop *. Double click on this along with your two existing images to open them in Preview .app

  4. Select each of your two images in turn and go command a (Select All) and command c (Copy)

  5. Switch to your blank background image, command v (Paste) each in turn dragging them into position next to each other.

    You can scale them by dragging their handles, and nudge them a pixel at a time with your cursor keys.

    They will stay mobile until you Save.

  6. When you are happy with the arrangement:

    Menu > File > Save As… > New name > Whatever file format you want

/* Keep this as a Template size, with any others, clearly labelled with their dimensions for future use.


Here's one way I just managed to solve this with.

Disclaimer: If you are not familiar with the Unix command line, you may want to pick one of the GUI-oriented solutions that others have posted.

Install the ImageMagick graphics suite, e.g. with Homebrew:

brew install ImageMagick

Alternatively, use MacPorts ( sudo port install ImageMagick) or the Mac OS X binary release provided by ImageMagick. In my experience, Homebrew is the quickest, most hassle-free option.

Once you have ImageMagick installed, it's simple. Using Terminal, navigate to the directory containing the images, and create a combined version with a command such as:

montage -geometry 100% left.jpg right.jpg merged.jpg 

There's multitude of options available; to learn about them, see:


Using TextEdit, you can copy paste (or drag) the 2 images in to TextEdit window side by Side.

Save as PDF then Open- Save as JPEG after witch you can modify the image size in Preview.


Speaking of free GUI tools, Seashore app is an open source project much better at working with images than

It has better tools much on the lines of popular editors (including shortcuts) and I guess if you try you should be doing just fine without much help from us.

It supports layers, filters, channels and supports almost all image formats, plus it has better image / layer selection and resizing tools that may be better suited for your image editing needs.

  1. Open both the images with Seashore.
  2. Copy over the second one into the first one. Seashore will ask you if you want to create a New Layer or Anchor it with the one already there. (see screenshot).
  3. Click on New Layer.
  4. Use the Move tool (right most selected button in toolbar in the screenshot) to align your layer to the right of the previous one.
  5. Choose Image boundaries option from Image menu (Third item from top Cmd + Opt + C) increase the image boundary to the Right in your case by the current width of the image (assuming both images are of same size).
  6. Save as png or jpg according to your needs.



I was looking at this old post to do the same and I came with a simple method.

  1. Get Inkscape - cross-platform, freeware, open-source.
  2. Open it, push File, modify document properties to the desired finished resolution.
  3. Import desired pictures into the document and move around, stretch, bend, etc.
  4. Export to chosen file type.
  5. Use all your free time to something else!


The simplest way I know uses Preview. Open both photos with Preview, position their windows side-by-side (flush) in front of your desktop and then use Preview's "Take a screen shot" command with the "from Selection" option. Select around the perimeter of both photos together and it will create a montage for you.


Open both images side by side in Preview, take a screenshot with command-shift-4.


Pixelmator is only around $30 from the app store and its a full photoshop replacement for 99% of users. It will merge your images and do a thousand other things besides. Highly recommended.


Do it online for free...

Beats messing around or installing other programs.


The easiest way is to use Graphic Converter. Open the Convert and Modify window, select all the images you want to stitch together on the left hand selection pane, and select a folder for the output in the right hand selection pane (otherwise you might overwrite your originals).

On the left hand side of the main window select Function -> Concat....

Click GO (LHS at bottom), this will open a dialogue box that asks if you want them arranged in a row only, column only or a matrix of N x M images.


I'm a know-nothing when it comes to computers, but this question is all over the internet.

I make all kinds of pictures in Pages, then save the page as a pdf. I open the pdf in Preview and resave it as a jpg. Then I import the jpg in iphoto and do whatever I want to it there - crop it or play with the colors etc. Then I mail it to myself in whatever size I want. This is serious silliness by most people's standards.

Well it works - and you don't have to be a geek to do it :)


There is Graphic Converter (free to try). So you could: open new picture 640 x 480; then in turn open each of the components, copy all, and paste into the new picture. Drag them into place where you want them. Then Save As... the format you want.


Actually, there is a much simpler way to combine two photos into one page (one pdf) on a Mac. Open a new powerpoint file, open the photos you want to join or save into one PDF, use the Crop command (Shift+Control+Command+4) to crop the images one by one and paste them in the powerpoint file. Adjust the size of photos and placement on the slide. Save the slide or file as a PDF. Simple.

However if you want to merge two photos into one (with one merging into the other) there are other apps out there which can do it for you.


There is a free application available named Union in App Store that can do the job.

Description of Union from the above link:

  • After installing and launching the app, activate it by clicking on its icon at top right, next to the clock;
  • Drag and drop images into it and press the "preview button" at the top left;
  • The native "Preview" app will display the final result -- which is now available for editing / saving / sharing.

This is probably quite old, but for people who still encounter this stuff (I just had to merge 2 sides of my card which is the new "car papers".

I tend to use, which does NOT require signup, it's simular to photoshop you can just upload your two images, crop, transform w/e move them on different layers etc. Then you can save it as a pixlr file or PNG / JPG


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  1. In Acrobat, select "Tools" > "Merge Files ". The "Combine Files" interface is displayed along with a toolbar on top.

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    In List view, select the file or files you want to move. Then press the Up or Down button .

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  5. In the Options dialog box, specify the desired conversion settings, and then click the OK button .

  6. Arrange the pages, then click the Merge button.

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  1. Open the PDF file to be used as the basis for the merged file.

  2. Select Tools > Arrange Pages . The Arrange Pages toolbox is displayed on the secondary toolbar.

  3. On the secondary toolbar, select Insert > From File .

    You can also right-click a page and select Paste Pages to display pasting options.

  4. Select the PDF file you want to insert and click Insert .

  5. In the Insert Pages dialog box, choose where you want to insert the document (before or after the first, last, or specified page). Press button OK .

  6. To save the original PDF document as a separate file, select Save as and enter a new name for the merged PDF file.

You can also add the current file to an open PDF document. Drag the file icon directly to the Page Thumbnails panel in the Navigation Pane.

You can add a custom page to your PDF using the built-in Adobe Express application, which offers thousands of templates to choose from when merging files in Acrobat.

  1. Open the PDF in Acrobat and click "Combine Files" in the right pane.

  2. On the Merge Files toolbar, click Add Custom Page. .

  3. A new window opens with options for editing the page using Adobe Express.

    Select the template you want to use for the new page and use the edit controls to change any colors or text to your liking.

    When you have finished setting up the page, click the Add button to add the page to the PDF file.

  4. The page will be added to the PDF. The added page can be dragged to the desired location in the PDF file.

  5. Click Edit if you want to make additional changes to the new page. The editing panel will open. Click the Save button when you're done. Updates appear in PDF format.

    After saving the PDF, you will not be able to edit the added page by opening the Adobe Express application from within Acrobat.

  6. Click Merge and save PDF. This will complete the changes on your new page and you won't have access to the Edit on this page option in the future.

You can paste one or more pages of content copied from any application into an existing PDF file.

  1. Open a document that contains the data you want to add to the PDF file. Select and copy the contents (in most applications, this is done by selecting the menu item Editing > Copy file to clipboard ).

  2. Open the PDF file to be used as the basis for the merged file.

  3. Select Tools > Arrange Pages . The Arrange Pages toolbox is displayed on the secondary toolbar.

  4. On the secondary toolbar, select Paste > From Clipboard .

    You can also right-click a page and select Paste Pages to display pasting options.

  5. In the Insert Pages dialog box, specify where you want to insert the selection (before or after the first, last, or specified page). Press button OK .

  6. To save the original PDF document as a separate file, select command Save as and give a new name to the merged PDF file.

You can insert a web page into an existing PDF document by selecting Tools > Arrange Pages > Insert > Insert from Web Page . A dialog box will appear asking you to enter the URL of the page you want to add.

You can also add a blank page to a PDF document by following these steps:

You can embed PDF in other file types that support Object Linking and Embedding (OLE), such as InDesign® or Word files. Such files are called OLE container documents. Later, when you edit the original PDF file, the OLE features in the container application update the embedded file in the container document to reflect the changes.

  1. Do one of the following.

    • Select team Insert object or command Insert hyperlink in an OLE container application.

    • (Windows) In Acrobat, select Edit > Copy File to Clipboard , then in the container application, select Paste Special .

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  3. Click the button to combine multiple images into one PDF file.
  4. Download the output PDF file for instant viewing.
  5. Send a link to download the output PDF file to your email address.


How to merge several image files into one PDF file?

Use our online Merge image to PDF service. It's fast and easy to use. Merge multiple images into one PDF for free.

How many image files can I merge at once?

You can merge up to 10 image files at the same time.

What is the maximum size of an image file?

The size of each image file must not exceed 10 MB.

What are the ways to get the combined result in PDF file format?

At the end of the image merge operation, you will receive a download link.

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