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In Photoshop CS6, 3D functionality is part of Photoshop Extended. All features in Photoshop Extended are part of Photoshop. Photoshop does not have a separate Extended offering.

Animage stack combines a group of images with a similar frame of reference,but differences of quality or content across the set. Once combinedin a stack, you can process the multiple images to produce a compositeview that eliminates unwanted content or noise.

You can use image stacks to enhance images in number of ways:

  • To reduce image noise and distortion in forensic, medical,or astrophotographic images.

  • To remove unwanted or accidental objects from a series ofstationary photos or a series of video frames. For example, youwant to remove a figure walking through an image, or remove a carpassing in front of the main subject matter.

Image stacks are stored as Smart Objects. The processing optionsyou can apply to the stack are called stack modes. Applying a stackmode to an image stack is a non-destructive edit. You can changestack modes to produce different effects; the original image informationin the stack remains unchanged. To preserve changes after you applythe stack mode, save the result as a new image, or rasterize theSmart Object. You can create an image stack manually or using a script.

For best results, images contained inan image stack should have the same dimensions and mostly similarcontent, such as a set of still images taken from a fixed viewpoint,or a series of frames from a stationary video camera. The content ofyour images should be similar enough to allow you to register oralign them to other images in the set.

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  1. Combine the separate images into one multi-layeredimage. See Duplicate layers.

    Note:

    An image stack must contain at least two layers.

    You can also combine images using a script (File >Scripts > Load Files into Stack).

  2. Note:

    To make the Background layer selectable with theAll Layers command, you must first convert it to a regular layer.

  3. Choose Edit > Auto-Align Layersand select Auto as the alignment option. If Auto does not creategood registration of your layers, try the Reposition option.
  4. Choose Layer > Smart Objects >Convert to Smart Object.
  5. Choose Layer > Smart Objects >Stack Mode and select a stack mode from the submenu.
    • For noise reduction, use the Mean or Medianplug‑ins.

    • For removing objects from the image, use the Median plug‑in.

      Theoutput is a composite image the same size as the original imagestack. You may need to experiment with different plug‑ins to getthe best enhancement for a particular image.

      To change therendering effect, choose a different Stack Mode from the submenu.Stack rendering is not cumulative—each render effect operates on theoriginal image data in the stack and replaces previous effects.

Stackmodes operate on a per-channel basis only, and only on non-transparent pixels.For example, the Maximum mode returns the maximum red, green, and bluechannel values for a pixel cross section and merges them into one compositepixel value in the rendered image.

Rendering plug-in name

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Entropy

entropy = - sum( (probability of value)* log2( probability of value) )

Probability of value = (numberof occurrences of value) / (total number of non-transparent pixels)

The binary entropy (or zero order entropy)defines a lower bound on how many bits would be necessary to losslesslyencode the information in a set.

Kurtosis

kurtosis = ( sum( (value - mean)4 )over non-transparent pixels ) / ( ( number of non-transparent pixels- 1 ) * (standard deviation)4 ).

A measure of peakedness or flatness comparedto a normal distribution. The kurtosis for a standard normal distributionis 3.0. Kurtosis greater than 3 indicates a peaked distribution,and kurtosis less than 3 indicates a flat distribution (comparedto a normal distribution).

Maximum

The maximum channel values for all non-transparentpixels

Mean

The mean channel values for all non-transparent pixels

Effective for noise reduction

Median

The median channel values for all non-transparent pixels

Effective for noise reduction and removalof unwanted content from the image

Minimum

The minimum channel values for all non-transparentpixels

Range

Bcg matrixapple inc.. Maximum minus the minimum of the non-transparentpixel values

Skewness

skewness = (sum( (value - mean)3 )over non-transparent pixels ) / ( ( number of non-transparent pixels- 1 ) * (standard deviation)3 )

Skewness is a measure of symmetry or asymmetry aroundthe statistical mean

Standard Deviation

standard deviation = Square Root(variance)

Summation

The sum channel values for all non-transparent pixels

Variance

variance = (sum( (value-mean)2 )over non-transparent pixels ) / ( number of non-transparent pixels -1)

  1. Choose Layers > Smart Objects >Stack Mode > None to remove any rendering from an imagestack and convert it back to a regular Smart Object.

Because an image stack is a Smart Object,you can edit the original images that make up the stack layers atany time.

  1. Choose Layer > Smart Objects >Edit Contents, or double-click the layer thumbnail. After you savethe edited Smart Object, the stack is automatically rendered withthe last rendering option applied to the stack.

To preserve rendering effects on an imagestack, convert the Smart Object to a regular layer. (You can copythe Smart Object before converting, in case you want to later re‑renderthe image stack.)

Youcan use the Statistics script to automate creating and renderingan image stack.

  1. Choose a stack mode from the Choose Stack Mode menu.
  2. Apply the stack mode to currently open files, or browseto select a folder or individual files.
  3. If desired, select Attempt To Automatically Align SourceImages (equivalent to choosing Edit > Auto-Align Layers).Then click OK.

    Photoshop combines the multiple images into a singlemultilayered image, converts the layers into a Smart Object, andapplies the selected stack mode.

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Photostack.js is an ultra-light jQuery plugin to create Polaroid gallery-style photo stack effect using CSS3 transform:rotate that allows the users to switch between photos by clicking on the top one.

How to use it:

1. Load the jQuery photostack.js script after jQuery JavaScript library.

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2. Create a list of images for the stacked photo gallery.

3. The required CSS styles.

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4. Call the function on the html list to initialize the plugin.

5. Possible config options.

Change log:

2015-08-04

  • Update jquery.Photostack.js
  • Added more options.

2015-07-24

  • added config options.

This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by steelydylan. For more Advanced Usages, please check the demo page or visit the official website.

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