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Create a Series of Photos in Photoshop Elements
On page 106 of the August issue of Creating Keepsakes, Amy Hummel created this amazing layout about her love of running. She simply created a series of photos using Photoshop and printed them onto one sheet of photo paper.
Here are a few tips about taking a continuous series of photographs:
- Set your DSLR for continuous shooting.
- Put camera on the landscape setting. This will help focus the entire image so you aren't blurred as you move through the frame.
- Have someone help. Amy had her 6 year old hold down the shutter button while she ran. On continuous shooting, the camera clicks away as fast as it can until the button is released. You could also try using a remote if you have one.
Create your own series of photos using Photoshop Elements
Creating a seamless series of photos is easy in Photoshop Elements using the Photomerge option. I was inspired to create my own series of photos from a fun day at the lake. Follow the steps here to create your own series of photos:
Open Photoshop Elements and go to File > New > Photomerge Panorama
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