My daughter's tea party... With herself! :)
I'm starting to love Adobe Photoshop Elements! I'm using the Adobe Photoshop Elements 11, and I have had it for quite a while, but always found it so intimidating. In reality, it is so simple to use, and offers a wide variety of amazing tools. With an abundance of videos, and other sorts of tutorials all over the web, it is so easy to learn how to edit, and be creative. Like this Photomerge tool. It's a great tool! So fun, but also very helpful if you took multiple group shots, and not everyone is quite how you want them in one image, you can use Photomerge to easily fix that in just few clicks.
Just google Adobe Photomerge, and you will find an abundance of tutorials on how to make the best out of your group shot, or create a fun image with multiple shots of the same person in one background/base, or even clean up the scene if there is something distracting in it.
For my images here, I have used Adobe Photoshop Elements 11, Photomerge Group Shot.
You upload the photos you want to work with, then you click Enhance - Photomerge - Photomerge Group Shot - select all images. For my daughters photo I have used 3 different images, and for my son I have used 6.
Adobe Photoshop Elements combines and aligns the background/base of all images, it takes a few minutes. From there you chose your first image to be your base image. Then you keep choosing other images in which the subject is in a different part of the scene, and using pencil tool you add them to the base image. It looks like magic, and it is so quick, and so easy.
You need to adjust pencil tool size all the time because you want to make sure you are not selecting too big or too small of an area, so not to cut out some features from previous subject/s. It is rather simple, and you can always undo if you made a mistake. Once you are pleased with your result, you click done, and that's it! Adobe Photoshop Elements Photomerge is a great tool, I wish I used before.
Do you have a fun idea of a photo with your multiple self in it? We can create that together. Contact me for details, pricing, and availability.
My daughter's worst nightmare! Her brother multiplied, and so is our lovely dog whom she takes care of the most :)