Merging multiple exposures in Guided Edit


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Merging multiple exposures in Guided Edit

Sometimes the range of light in a scene is so wide that your camera can't capture it all. One example is the when you are shooting at night and your camera has trouble registering bright lights, like these in the background, and dim lighting on a subject's face. One solution to that problem is to take two or more shots of the same pose without flash like this and with flash like this. Or if you are shooting a contrasty scene in the daytime, take multiple shots of the same scene at different exposures in your camera.

Once you have got more than one photo of the same scene, you can use the Photomerge Exposure feature in Element's Guided Edit workspace to blend the multiple photos together into one well lit image and that's what I am going to show you how to do in this movie. Here in Bridge, I am going to select these two photos by clicking on one holding the Command key and clicking on the other and then I am going to open them into Elements by double-clicking either one an...

Merging multiple exposures in Guided Edit
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Merging multiple exposures in Guided Edit provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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