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merge bracketed exposure photographs in elements 2021 (HDR)

Explorer ,
Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021

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Hi all..

 

I have searched (inc YT) for this and found older versions of Photoshop elements featured doing this (merge to HDR) but not found the same routines in this latest 2021 version..

 

I'm looking in the wrong place on the menus perhaps?

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Advocate , Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021

The Photomerge Exposure feature has moved from the Enhance menu to its own Guided section 🙂

 

Just go into Guided mode and select the Photomerge tab and the Photomerge Exposure feature is the second one along the top row.

 

Use the Photoshop Elements User Guide section on Photomerge Exposure to get yourself familiar with the feature:

 

Guided mode - Photomerge Edits in Photoshop Elements

 

Hope that helps 🙂

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The Photomerge Exposure feature has moved from the Enhance menu to its own Guided section 🙂

 

Just go into Guided mode and select the Photomerge tab and the Photomerge Exposure feature is the second one along the top row.

 

Use the Photoshop Elements User Guide section on Photomerge Exposure to get yourself familiar with the feature:

 

Guided mode - Photomerge Edits in Photoshop Elements

 

Hope that helps 🙂

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That's greati did look at the guided section but missed it.. obviously.. LOL grateful

 

 

 

 

 

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