Making a panorama


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Making a panorama

Sometimes you want a photograph, a really wide scene, but you don't have a lens wide enough to take it all in. You can take a sequence of photos overlapping each one slightly, and then have Elements seamlessly stitch them all together for you in one continuous photo, a panorama. When you're shooting to make a panorama, here are a couple of hits. Put your camera on a tripod so that it remains steady as you rotate the camera body to take your sequence of pictures. If you don't have a tripod then put your camera on a flat surface, like a table or a wall or whatever is handy.

Another tip is if you have Autoexposure on in your camera, turn it off, because it will change the exposure automatically between shots and you'll see a difference from shot to shot in your panorama. Don't change the focal length of your lens in between shots either, and as you're shooting overlap each shot by about 30% or a third. That's usually enough information for Elements to successful...

Making a panorama
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Making a panorama provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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