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Photomerge Exposure

By Mike Rodriguez  ·  September 15th, 2009

This feature easily lets you blend multiple versions of the same scene into one properly exposed photo.

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3 Replies to Photomerge Exposure:

  1. John

    June 8, 2010 at 10:06 am

    I am looking forward to learning Elements 8

  2. Abdullah

    January 3, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    Thank you these video are very helpful and easy study guide for something that could be complicated glad I became a member

  3. Waldemar

    January 12, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    I’ve been processing digitally bracketed images for over three years using a variety of software products. I also use a lot of other image editing products because, sometimes, it is simply easier to get the look I want with one product when all other products with similar processes just don’t quite put “into the ball park”, which is where I need to be to fine tune. I just upgraded to PSE 8. I wouldn’t want to be without PS, but based upon my experiences with photo-merge exposure to date, on a scale of 1-10, with ten being worst, it gets a top rating of 11.
    Correctly defined this should be a process of “exposure blending”, which keeps the correctly exposed values of each bracketed image while discarding the incorrectly exposed values of each bracketed image. PSE8’s photo merge-exposure process does not observe this definition, and the results are, to my experience, dismal.

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