Composite Images

There are two ways that we recommend displaying “side-by-side” composite images (a single image consisting of more than one image).

Composite Image Example

Here is a sample composite image created using the BlogStomp App. It’s four images combined and saved as one.

Photoshop Method

For those familiar with the Photoshop you can create a single composite image of any sets of images that should appear next to each other or in a “storyboard“, then upload them as a single image right along with your ‘normal’ full-width images in the Post. Many of our users layout their images this way – it’s solid and reliable and gives you the most flexibility. Because it requires some extra steps, most find it worth their time/money to set up or buy a Photoshop action that automates this process. For more information, see these links here:

Lightroom allows for setting up composite image presets, as well. There are paid presets and many free options out there on the web. However, getting into specifics about creating composite images using Photoshop and Lightroom or any other software is outside of the scope of our support. Adobe has great support content for both Lightroom and Photoshop and there is a plethora of useful info easily searchable on the web.

BlogStomp App

You can also use 3rd party applications to help you arrange and create collage style images in the layout you’d like. This is the preferred option for those who don’t have robust image editing software or find the process for setting up presets to be too complex for their needs.

Of the apps that are out there, we highly recommend BlogStomp. Not only does it give you rich customization options for image collages, but with a few clicks you can also sharpen, compress and watermark your images.  It is an excellent tool for quickly and easily preparing your images for web display.  Watching their video tour below give you a good idea of its capabilities.  You can download a trial version to give it a test-ride.


There are two ways that we recommend displaying “side-by-side” composite images (a single image consisting of more than one image).

Composite Image Example

Here is a sample composite image created using the BlogStomp App. It’s four images combined and saved as one.

Photoshop Method

For those familiar with the Photoshop you can create a single composite image of any sets of images that should appear next to each other or in a “storyboard“, then upload them as a single image right along with your ‘normal’ full-width images in the Post. Many of our users layout their images this way – it’s solid and reliable and gives you the most flexibility. Because it requires some extra steps, most find it worth their time/money to set up or buy a Photoshop action that automates this process. For more information, see these links here:

Lightroom allows for setting up composite image presets, as well. There are paid presets and many free options out there on the web. However, getting into specifics about creating composite images using Photoshop and Lightroom or any other software is outside of the scope of our support. Adobe has great support content for both Lightroom and Photoshop and there is a plethora of useful info easily searchable on the web.

BlogStomp App

You can also use 3rd party applications to help you arrange and create collage style images in the layout you’d like. This is the preferred option for those who don’t have robust image editing software or find the process for setting up presets to be too complex for their needs.

Of the apps that are out there, we highly recommend BlogStomp. Not only does it give you rich customization options for image collages, but with a few clicks you can also sharpen, compress and watermark your images.  It is an excellent tool for quickly and easily preparing your images for web display.  Watching their video tour below give you a good idea of its capabilities.  You can download a trial version to give it a test-ride.

There are two ways that we recommend displaying composite images (a single image consisting of more than one image).

Composite Image Example

Here is a sample composite image created using the BlogStomp App. It’s four images combined and saved one.

Photoshop Method

For those familiar with the Photoshop you can create a single composite image of any sets of images that should appear next to each other or in a “storyboard“, then upload them as a single image right along with your ‘normal’ full-width images in the Post. Many of our users do it this way – it’s solid and reliable and gives you the most flexibility. Because it requires some extra steps, most find it worth their time/money to set up or buy a Photoshop action that automates this process. For more information, see these links here:

Lightroom allows for setting up composite image presets, as well. There are paid presets and many free options out there on the web. However, getting into specifics about creating composite images using Photoshop and Lightroom or any other software is outside of the scope of our support. Adobe has great support content for both Lightroom and Photoshop and there is a plethora of useful info easily searchable on the web.

BlogStomp App

You can also use 3rd party applications to help you arrange and create collage style images in the layout you’d like. This is the preferred option for those who don’t have robust image editing software or find the process for setting up presets to be too complex for their needs.

Of the apps that are out there, we highly recommend BlogStomp. Not only does it give you rich customization options for image collages, but with a few clicks you can also sharpen, compress and watermark your images.  It is an excellent tool for quickly and easily preparing your images for web display.  Watching their video tour below give you a good idea of its capabilities.  You can download a trial version to give it a test-ride.

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