Photoshop: Auto-Blend Layers problem

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I'd want to stack two images in one with auto-blend layers option , but the problem is it doesn't stack properly , tried with panorama method and also with stack method .
What I can do? Can someone share a tutorial or something?
http://imgur.com/o091ckg

This is what looks after auto-blend layers in both methods.The shapes looks weird .
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The screenshot of the layers is rather small. It appears you're attempting to add a head to a body and both are on transparent backgrounds? The results appear to be extremely aliased, as well as not joined. And then there's the head with visibility off that sits above the two other layers, with a background layer that is also turned off and contains a gradient? You expect Auto-Blend Layers to join the head to the body? Or is there a head on the body and you're trying to blend it with the head on the layer above?

That's not how I've ever used Auto-Blend layers, which can be used for focus stacking or panoramas, or even joining two images that are on a common background into a larger single image. If I try to add a head to a body or blend a head to a different head, both on transparent background, I don't get anything like what you're showing, or and the heads aren't merging. If I merge them both in position onto a white background, so I'm merging two images without any transparency, I do get something. I don't get the aliasing your screenshot shows.

Could you be more specific about what images you're trying to blend and what results you're expecting?