Merging multiple exposures


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Merging multiple exposures

When you are photographing there are often times when your camera can't capture the entire range of light in a scene. The solution in that case is to take more than one shot with your subject in approximately the same location and if you have a tripod, by putting your camera on a tripod, although that's not entirely necessary. Then you can take two or more exposures of the same scene and bring them into the new Photomerge Exposure technique in Guided Edit in Photoshop Elements and have Elements blend those multiple exposures together into one shot in which everything is well lit.

To show you that, I have two shots here. These were taken at night, although you can use this technique with photos taken during the day. This shot here on the right in the Organizer was taken without flash and so although the foreground subject is not lit, you can see the lights and the silhouettes in the background. Right after that the photographer took the same shot with flash and in this image the fore...

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

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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