I need some information from some knowledgeable Photoshop Elements users.
All I currently use for post processing is Lightroom, and it obviously can't do many of the things Photoshop Elements does.
Specifically, I want to learn how to 'photo stack', so that in my macro shots, every element can be in sharp focus. People have told me that Photoshop is what I want, but I wonder if Photoshop Elements -- which is said to have less tools than the full version of Photoshop -- does this is as well.
I also want to 'layer' two images. For instance, I have a photo a grave stone on a hillside, and also a portrait of the buried person while he was still alive. I want to superimpose a faint image of the portrait in the sky over grave stone (you probably get the idea.) I wonder if Photoshop Elements can do something like that, once I learn the technique.
Any input would be appreciated! Thanks!
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