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Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 20 Oct 2011 17:06:54 -0400
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That would be Auto-Blend Layers in the Edit menu?  I have never used it before. Certainly worth a 
try before spending more money.


On 10/20/11 3:22 PM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:
> Remarkably inexpensive.  CS5 does a good job of stacking and merging images as well.

>     My experience has been that your average scanner can hold focus in a very narrow range, and
>     there is no option for refocusing the depth to a different location. So it seems likely this
>     would be a feature on only high-end scanners. So I was interested in knowing which models would
>     do that. I sounds like your old Epson Scanner will. What model is it?
>     The software used with microscopes to merge multiple images to gain large depths of field, would
>     obviously work with images from any source if they are properly named/sized to work with the
>     software. I assume the Software Liz Lockett mentioned (Media Cybernetics called ImagePro) would
>     do this. Or any of the software Geoff mention (like Stacker from
>     <> -looks affordable!)
>     Britt

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