Using Photomerge Group Shot


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Using Photomerge Group Shot

With this movie I would like to show you how to merge two images together into a single group shot using the new Photomerge Groupshot feature in Elements 6. I'm currently in the Bridge application and I'm viewing the exercise files folders. What I would like to do is scroll down here in the Content panel and double-click on the Chapter 11 Retouching folder, then double-click on the photomerge group folder. I would then like to select both of these images in here by Shift-clicking and then I'm going to go under the Tools menu and choose Photoshop Elements Photomerge Groupshot. That's going to open up both images into the Guided Edit mode in the Elements' Editing workspace. So here we're in the Elements' Editing workspace. We're in Guided Edit mode and we're going to merge two images together using Photomerge Groupshot.

Notice over here on the upper right Guided Edit mode actually gives you some information about how to do this. It says Create the perfe...

Using Photomerge Group Shot
Video duration: 6m 17s 8h 26m Beginner

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Using Photomerge Group Shot provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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