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aligning layers overtop of each other

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Hello, I currently have a series of microscope slides that I have pictures of. I was wondering if there was any way that photoshop is able to layer and line them up one on top of the other so that there is a progression of the images on the microscope slides or if that is something I will just have to do manually. the files are TIFF's if that helps at all. Thanks!

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aligning layers overtop of each other

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Hello, I currently have a series of microscope slides that I have pictures of. I was wondering if there was any way that photoshop is able to layer and line them up one on top of the other so that there is a progression of the images on the microscope slides or if that is something I will just have to do manually. the files are TIFF's if that helps at all. Thanks!

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Photoshop can align images, using Edit>Align Images, but if these are progression images, I doubt that they really register. Load files in stack would work for images that were taken from a fix vantage point, or a microscope if the slide wasn't moved.

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You could make like a Time  Lapse  animation.  I would not think that microscope slides would have content that would align in a stack or panorama.

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File >> Scripts >> Load files into stack

then check this setting after choosing your images

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