Photoshop Elements has had the ability to stitch a series of images together to form a panorama for a long time now. However over the years, the Photomerge technology to do this has improved significantly.
More recent versions Elements can automatically fill in the gaps around the edges using Content Aware Fill to make the finished image rectangle. After doing this, little or no further editing is required.
You can begin the panorama either by selecting the photos in the Organizer, or directly from the Photo Editor. In older versions, the Photomerge Panorama was found under the Enhance menu in the Editor. However, beginning with PSE 14, it is found in the Guided Edit View under Photomerge. In fact, all of PSE 15’s Photomerge Edits are in the Guided Edit View. We show how to initiate the Photomerge Panorama process using both approaches in this tutorial.
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My last post introduced PSE 15’s the first three Guided Edits, Basics, Color, and Black & White. In this post, we’ll look at the other three, Fun Edits, Special Edits, and Photomerge.
We will also include a short video, that demonstrates using the Photo Text Fun Edit. As a special note, the content of the tutorial was assembled using the Adobe Spark.
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One of the neat features in more recent versions of Photoshop Elements is the Guided Edit View mode. This mode leads you by the hand through the detailed steps to edit your pictures in a variety of ways, ranging from basic edits to multi-step special effects.
In this video tutorial we overview the Guided Edits view of Photoshop Elements 15, and cover a couple of the simpler edits. In part two (coming next), we will take a look at more complex edits that the guides simplify.
Coming is a tutorial that deals with the more complex Guided Edits that are in PSE 15.
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