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If you have a few images that you want to stitch together into one large image, you can use the Photoshop Photomerge feature for that. This feature makes it easier for you to align your images together and combine them into one, as shown in Figure 7-8.

Photomerge provides an easy way to do the following tasks:

Images can be placed or moved while the remaining images are automatically aligned.

* Images can be automatically aligned to create a composition or create a panoramic image.
* The images can be cropped to select a specific area of the image.
* Transparent areas can be added to any image to blend two or more images together.
* The images can be aligned together to enhance the overall composition.
* Adjust the brightness and contrast for all the images.
* Expose, focus, and white balance can be adjusted.
* A photo filter can be applied to one or more of the images.
* The software can resize the images and output them as a TIFF or JPEG.

Photoshop CS6 provides a much easier and faster way to create Photomerge images, as shown in Figure 7-9.

Photomerge can be accessed from the Merge Photos or Image Photomerge menu items. You can create the Photomerge option as a new tool or create a new command from an existing menu item. It is also possible to create a new command by typing Photomerge at the Photoshop top-level menu bar.

**Figure 7-8** Stitching images together using Photoshop Photomerge.

Photomerge enables you to create a variety of combinations. You can combine a series of images. For example, you can combine several images into a panoramic image. In addition, you can combine images or create panoramas by taking several series of images and combining them into a single image. As a result, you can capture a larger image with various scenes and images that you can then use as a template for any number of similar images you want to create.

Some of the work in creating your single image can be done in the individual images themselves. After creating a series of images from a scene, you can combine them all into a single image with the Phot

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Learn to create a new layer in Photoshop Elements by using the Layers panel.

Note: Photoshop Elements allows you to view, edit and save multiple images at once. If you are using an older version, you need to save one image at a time.

Learn to create a new layer in Photoshop Elements by using the Layers panel.

Create a new layer by clicking on the New Layer button at the bottom of the Layers panel.

The Layers panel is the collection of the layers and you use it to create, delete, or modify layers. Click on any empty portion of the Layers panel to add a new layer.

Use the Add Layer button to add a new layer.

The Layers panel is split vertically to show the layers that make up the image. Use the Add Layer button to add a new layer to this vertical image.

Click on the Add Layer button in the Layers panel to add a new layer.

Choose the type of layer you want to create. Use the following options:


— Opacity hides the portion of the image that is covered by the transparency. Since the hidden portion appears as a white area, transparency may be used to create a completely transparent (with-no-white-areas) image.


— A layer is considered a border layer if it has a black border. Border layers have no transparency.

— The Colorize image feature is used to subtly change the color of each pixel in an image.

Click on the Photoshop Elements logo to open the Layers panel.

You can toggle the visibility of the layer on and off. Note that the black border around the layer disappears when the layer is turned off.

You can duplicate any layer by copying it (Ctrl/Cmd + J or Edit > Copy). You can rename any layer (Ctrl/Cmd + N or Edit > Name). You can select multiple layers and quickly do some editing to them. For example, you can cut or paste multiple layers (Ctrl/Cmd + X or Edit > Cut) or use the Make Selection tool to select a range of layers (Select > Select Layer(s) in Range).

You can make multiple selections or copies of layers.

The move tool is your primary selection tool. Use the Move tool to select an area of a layer. Double-click on the area to move that selection. To cancel

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FEATURE-DAZED by China’s first space telescope

BEIJING, July 11 (Xinhua) — A Chinese space telescope located in southwest China’s Guizhou province has completed its six-month observation mission.

The telescope, a 7.8-meter-diameter Cassegrain reflector located in Zhouzhuang, Zunyi city of Guizhou province, was built by an international collaboration, including China and France.

At the beginning of the mission, the telescope was designed to observe the faraway planets of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus.

It has now moved to the phase of observation of the sun. In the near future, the telescope can take images of the sun with the strongest energy at the corona, according to an official at the China Academy of Space Technology.

China’s first space telescope started its mission on April 12, 2012, and was officially opened on Oct. 11 of the same year.

The telescope employs the French telescope design used by Hubble and the Spitzer space telescopes.

Its observing period is expected to last more than two years.

Chinese scientists are also developing and building a 10-meter-diameter telescope. China’s second large space telescope is to be completed and put into operation in 2020.

The telescope will be located in a desert region in Qinghai province and can conduct observations of distant astronomical objects, according to the designer of the telescope.

An official at the China Academy of Space Technology said the telescope is connected to the base by fiber optics, with high-resolution images and images of the sun observed by a CCD camera.

According to the official, the telescope will go beyond the Hubble telescope and will be able to directly observe the birth of stars.

In addition, the telescope can observe the first light of galaxies and take images of the moon and the entire sky.

The telescope has been jointly developed by the China Academy of Space Technology and the National Space Science Center in Beijing.

In 2005, China started a series of space explorations, and sent the first unmanned spacecraft, the Chang’e-1, into space and landed on the moon in October 2007.

A probe, Chang’e-3, also sent into space on a shuttle in December 2010. The probe successfully landed on the moon in December 2013.

Chinese President Xi Jinping put space exploration at the top of China’s scientific and technological progress in the new

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George Duckenfield

George Arthur Duckenfield (1897–1978) was an English rower who won the gold medal with the Lightweight Eights at the 1920 Summer Olympics.

Early life
George Duckenfield was born on 12 May 1897 in South Norwood, Surrey, the son of Mr and Mrs John Duckenfield. He attended Trinity School in Croydon, London, where he was educated alongside his older brother, Eric. They shared a house together and while George was a keen golfer, his brother preferred rowing and won an exhibition at Henley Royal Regatta. He also rowed at the Stoke, Henley and Norwich Schools’ Regattas.

As he grew older, George’s main interest became athletics and he went to study at Exeter College, Oxford University. While studying he continued to row and also was a prefect at Balliol College, Oxford.

Rowing career
Duckenfield first took up rowing at Oxford University as part of the Balliol college crew and he made his first appearance at Henley Royal Regatta in 1914. After the First World War broke out, he was called up for military service and played an active role in the Spitfire Squad, the civilian air raid wardens. He continued to row for Balliol college until the time he was called up for active service.

World War I
When Duckenfield was called up for duty in the British Army, he was initially posted to the London Rifle Brigade. He was later sent to the Middle East where he was awarded the Military Cross in the Battle of the Somme, after taking part in operations in the High Wood in which Lieutenant-Colonel Sir George Fox was wounded.

To keep fit and in case of being called up again, Duckenfield played cricket and football for his unit. After the war he continued his cricket and football career, playing for Burnley F.C. (1921–23) and also for Bromley (1924–27).

However, it was rowing that he found most enjoyable. For the 1920 Summer Olympics, he was chosen to compete in the lightweight four event. This was the first time that English teams had competed in the event and Duckenfield was joined by his brother Eric and fellow Balliol alumni Charles Woodburn, Victor Forde, Noel Hendry and Guy Dawson. After winning his four-man crew the lightest-weight men’s eights event, Duckenfield was

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