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Blend all images in Photoshop

Explorer ,
Oct 02, 2022 Oct 02, 2022

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Hello, I have a set of images that I want to stitch together in Photoshop. They look like this:

TheAzzam_0-1664696379074.png

Can I do it by blending all layers? If so, how do I blend all of them at the same time, rather then blending them one at a time?

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Oct 02, 2022 Oct 02, 2022

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Doodling around with Cryptomattes/ RGB mattes? If so, you could just purchase the Pro EXR plug-in:

 

http://www.fnordware.com/ProEXR/

 

Otherwise there's no way to just say "ignore the black". You have to create per layer transparency using selections or channel operations (Image --> Calculations) and create actions for it.

 

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Try selecting all the layers and then go to Edit>Auto Blend Layers set to Stack Images.

 

Or select all the layers and set the Layer Blending Mode to Screen

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Looking at this particular image, it looks like you can use lighten blend mode to blend them all together. 

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