Elements 10 Photomerge Exposure does not seem to work correctly as in prior versions. The merge appears to not match the images in the pictures so that object alignment is off by 5-10 pixels, creating ghosting along object edges. Can anyone help?
Interesting! I went back to 2 images that I had used PE9 Photomerge Exposure on and used PE10 Photomerge Exposure. I got identical results, a good high resolution image, attached. The two images I merged were taken on my Canon SX110. The images I have been having a problem with were taken on my new Canon SX40HS. Could a different camera cause this? I will send a 2nd reply with the images from the SX40HS.
Here are the 2 SX40 images that I used PE10 Photomerge Exposure on and the merged file. You have to zoom in the roof tops to see that PE10 did not match the roof lines in the merged image. The SX40 does not have "Fine" and "Superfine" settings that the SX110 has, so the images from the SX40 have more JPG artifacts that from the SX110. Could this be the reason PE10 has trouble with the SX40 images?