where is auto-blend in photoshop 10.0? I want to blend a face on top of another face to match skin tones.

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PS - I followed this and a youtube video that matched:
On my Photoshop - there is no choice for : Edit > Auto-Blend Layers.
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Copy or place the images you want to combine into the same document.
Each image will be in a separate layer.

Select the layers you want to blend.
Align the layers.
You can align layers manually or by using the Auto-Align Layers command.

With the layers still selected, choose Edit > Auto-Blend Layers.
Select the Auto-Blend Objective:

Select Seamless Tones And Colors to adjust the color and tonality for blending.
Click OK.
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Photoshop 10 (aka CS3) didn't have that feature.
And I don't think Elements 10 exposes that feature, either.
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OK - too bad. Back to the old way I used to do it. Good ol' eraser tool and stamp! I do pretty good - but that auto blend looks great and quicker! Thanks for the reply.
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You can try it out in the Photoshop CC trial mode.
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Thanks! I will check it out.