Photomerge is Adobe’s very own stitching technology designed, initially, to blend together several overlapping images to form a panoramic photograph. In the last few versions of Elements, the utility has received a complete overhaul and can now be used for other stitching tasks as well. The tasks are broken down into five distinct ways of using the utility – Photomerge Group Shot, Photomerge Faces, Photomerge Scene Cleaner, Photomerge Panorama and the new Photomerge Exposure feature.
Over the next few pages we will look at each feature in turn.
Careful capturing of source files in the first place will make the stitching process ...