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I want to join 7 images [that is in .tiff] and merge and than subset the area using shapefile. But i am not able to merge it. I have loaded the images as raster layer and than merge it Using Qgis and not getting desired result. This is the sample image when loaded as a raster layer. enter image description here

Adter I load all the iamges it looks like this. enter image description here

So which software which method should i used?

I am getting this result and the color is blown gone out.

enter image description here

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  • After merging the image color is gone as you can see so i am stuck there how to perform merge image successful without lossing the color. I have done that i qgis i have mentioned that above. – Rocky_Mental Dec 23 '19 at 8:21
  • have you tried to use Histogramme tools for rasters? "Extending the histogram" That solved my prob – zlikotp Dec 23 '19 at 8:39
  • @zlikotp Can you share link or something for that i don't know that to do that. – Rocky_Mental Dec 23 '19 at 9:58
  • ok so go to View -> Tool bar -> and check Raster. You'll see several histogram buttons. In my case, after merged 2 orthophotos, the results were too light. Using this button has solve the problem. let me know ! – zlikotp Dec 23 '19 at 10:40
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ok so go to View -> Tool bar -> and check Raster. You'll see several histogram buttons. In my case, after merged 2 orthophotos, the results were too light. Using this button has solve the problem. let me know ! –

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