Creating Photomerge panoramas


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Creating Photomerge panoramas

If you like to shot landscape photos, I am sure you have been in a situation where you were faced with a really good looking wide vista, but you couldn't take it all into one photo because your camera lens wasn't wide enough. The next time that happens to you, you can shoot a number of photos in succession and then ask Photoshop to stitch them together for you using its Photo Merge technology. If you know that you are shooting for a panorama, there are a couple of things you can do to make the result better. If you have a tripod, use that. If you don't, you can handhold, but try to keep your camera even.

If you have an Auto Exposure feature in your camera, turn it off if you can so that the exposure stays the same as you shoot the entire scene, and try to overlap your shoots by 20 to 30% so that Photoshop has a lot to work with when it's stitching them together. I shot these four photos of the Flatirons Mountains in Colorado handholding my SLR, and now I am going to ask Pho...

Creating Photomerge panoramas
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Creating Photomerge panoramas provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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