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dbuckenmyer Silver Member Nikonian since 23rd Feb 2009
Fri 28-Mar-14 11:26 PM

I am going crazy trying to figure out an easy way to do this. I locked my camera onto a tripod, got my settings how I wanted them, then had my daughter sit at different places on a play set, using a remote to trip the shutter for each position she went to. I have 11 shots, and want to "squish" the photos together so that she appears in the photo 11 times, without me having to select and paste her in each shot. I tried using stacking, Merge to HDR, Photomerge and downloaded a couple of other time-stacking software, and the best I have gotten was an image with several "ghosts" of my daughter in the positions she was standing. Is there a simple way to blend these into one shot, is it a select and layer thing, or is it more in-depth, with masking and layering. I use Photoshop CS5 quite a bit, but have avoided learning layering and masking for some reason. Might be time to learn I guess.



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