Use two frames for a group photo Photoshop CS6


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Using two frames for a group photo

Here we're going to continue to talk about how we can combine multiple frames. We're going to take a look at an issue which happens to us all. This one is even more common. It happens when we're photographing more than one person. And in a photograph like that often, we have, let's say, two people that look great and then another who is looking away or blinking or closing their eyes. Then we have another frame or the subject who is blinking or looking away looks great, but then the others don't. Well how can we bring these two images together? Well here we're going to start off with a little bit of a different approach in order to speed up our workflow when it comes to combining two frames.

Click on one of these images, then hold down Command or Ctrl and click on another. Next, let's navigate to the tools pulldown menu and here we're going to select Photoshop and then Photomerge. This allows us to automatically align these images before we even get to Photo...

Using two frames for a group photo
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Using two frames for a group photo provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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