Fixing group shots automatically


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Fixing group shots automatically

When you are photographing a group of people, it seems inevitable that at least one of the subjects will be looking the wrong way or making a face or closing his eyes. Even if you take multiple shots, it difficult to get one photo in which everyone in the group looks his best. Photoshop Elements offers the solution; its Group Shot feature can blend together multiple photos of a group to display the best parts of each. Here's how it works; I'm starting here in the 05_04-groupshots subfolder in the Chapter 05 exercise files. I'm going to use these two photos of three fellows at lynda.com, this is Kirk and Nick and Jacob. I'll click on the first photo and I'll hold down the Ctrl key and click on the second to select it. And then I'm going up to the Editor button at the top right of the screen, clicking and choosing Guided Edit. Here in the Editor, I'm going down to the Project Bin at the bottom of the screen and if yours isn't open, click the button that wi...

Fixing group shots automatically
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Fixing group shots automatically provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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