Using Photomerge with panoramas


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Using Photomerge with panoramas

There are times when you will have to scan a really large negative or photo in sections. When that happens how will you put them back together? You can do it by hand of course, it's not impossible. I used to do it all before the wonderful features like Photomerge came into being, and got really pretty good at it. But just like a really great talented assistant I and you, can now leave all the hard work to Photomerge. Be sure to scan your images if you're using your own with a generous overlap. Now let's have a look at all we have here.

Here is our first image of a group of soldiers with an American flag. Next, we have the middle of the group and there are two ladies here. This is the end and a part of the flag and here is the rest of the flag. So now we're going to put these altogether with photomerge by going to File>New and Photomerge Panorama. Let's have a look at our settings here real quick, you want to keep it on Auto, and you want to have Blend Images Togethe...

Using Photomerge with panoramas
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Using Photomerge with panoramas provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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