The problem with Wine is without any graphical user interface it becomes complicated for new users to easily install the dependencies required by the Windows application such as Photoshop on Linux. Hence to solve this problem we can use PlayOnLinux, a GUI front-end for Wine. It makes the installation of Win apps easier than the command line. And the good thing its packages are available on the official repository of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, thus with one command, we can install it on our system.
Note: From here you have to wait for some time because the PlayOnLinux Wizard will download the required packages and for them, it will give some pop-up. Just followed them and whenever it asks for your permission to install some packages give it the same.
Finally, start using the application to edit your pictures. Well, congrats we have successfully installed and configured it. However, still, there is no guarantee that the method will work for other Linux as well. Hence you can try out the popular Adobe photoshop alternative for Linux if you like.
This tutorial is to help you learn how to use adobe photoshop for printing multiples pictures on one page. This method can be used to save paper by making multiple copies of single or separate pictures. This technique can also be used to make basic collages. Ok, once you have your pictures open in photoshop:
Two: File>Automate>Picture PackageThis will not preserve layers and is not included in versions beyond CS5. However, if you take the time, you can adjust the layouts in one go, however you wish. You can find the plugin here: =4688&fileID=4376 and how to install it here: -picture-package-in-photoshop-cs6-step-by-step.html 1e1e36bf2d