Using Photomerge Panorama


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Using Photomerge Panorama

With this movie, I would like to show you how to merge multiple landscape images together into a single panoramic shot, using the Photomerge Panorama feature in Elements 6. I'm currently in Adobe Bridge and I'm viewing the exercise files folders. What I would like to do is, scroll down to the Chapter 11 folder, double-click on that and then double-click on the photomerge panorama folder. Select all of the images in here, Spring Bayou-1 through 4. I'm going to do that by, Shift-clicking. And now I'm going to go into the Tools menu and choose Photoshop Elements Photomerge Panorama.

All right, that opens up all of the images here in the Elements' Editing workspace and takes us to this Photomerge dialog box. The first thing we need to indicate is whether or not we're using files or a folder. We're going to choose Files and we're going to choose the Add Open Files button over here. Just click on that. That's going to place all of the files that we currently...

Using Photomerge Panorama
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Using Photomerge Panorama provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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