How to Create Panorama Images in InDesign CS6


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Creating panoramas

Another type of overlay we can create is a panorama. The panorama gives you the feeling of actually being in a particular location, because you can see in all directions. In some panoramas, you can look in any direction, left or right, all the way straight up to the sky or ceiling, and all the way down to your feet. So let's see how to create a panorama overlay. Before you can do the work inside InDesign you have to start by acquiring the images to be used in the panorama and that's much more work than actually creating the panorama itself. To create a seamless panorama, the DPS tools need six images that fit together like the insides of a cube.

I'll switchover to Preview and I'll show you the set of images I have here. I'll just go down through one by one and you can see the four sides and the top and the bottom. You can use Photoshop to stitch together images into a panorama and then use an application like Pano2VR by Garden Gnome software, to appropriately format them...

Creating panoramas
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Creating panoramas provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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