Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Assembling a composite panorama, part of Creating Composites in Photoshop.
A composite image is an image that is comprised of more than one photographic element. …And one of the most common forms of composite image that I create personally …is Composite Panoramas. And a Composite Panorama simply involves …capturing multiple frames of a scene, so that we can stitch them together into a …single image with a wider view. I think we tend to take sort of a wide …view of a scene. We tend to scan across the horizon, for …example, and a panoramic image helps to encapsulate exactly that.…
Let's take a look at how we can assemble a composite image very quickly and easily …using Photoshop. Right now, I'm working in Adobe Bridge. …I have a series of images here, a total of six frames that were captured of a …single frame. Panning from left to right capturing …individual frames, all with exactly the same exposure settings. …And so, now, I can assemble those into a single image. …Of'course, I was also very careful at the time of capture to make sure that the …scene was as level as possible. But the camera is panning very smoothly …
- Composite concepts
- Creating automatic composites
- Image compositing
- Refining layer masks
- Matching images
- Adding effects to composites
- Using layer groups
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1. Composite Concepts
2. Automatic Composites
3. Image Compositing
4. Refining Layer Masks
5. Matching Images
6. Adding Effects to Composites
7. Using Layer Groups
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