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How to Align Images to Create the Perfect Group Photo

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Getting the perfect group photo is often an impossible task. Subjects are often looking in the wrong direction, out of focus, or covered up by something in the shot. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Auto-Align feature to combine two shots into one. Let's get started!


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