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photoshop elements multiple images Help

damian godley , Apr 06, 2013; 02:49 p.m.

Help please,i have photoshop elements 7 & have taken (on tripod) 3 pics of someone & in multiple locations. And i want to make them into one picture. I have seen this done in later versions but not 7 :-)

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J. Harrington USA (Massachusetts) , Apr 07, 2013; 01:45 p.m.

Open all 3 in elements. Arrange on screen so you can see them all. Choose the image you want for the background. Use the clone tool "S" to alt click on the people, then with the same tool paint them into the one you have chosen for the background.

This might not a completely accurate set of instructions but it'll send you in the right direction.

J. Harrington USA (Massachusetts) , Apr 07, 2013; 01:46 p.m.

duplicate response. Moderator please delete

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