Creating panoramas with Photomerge and Auto-Blend


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Creating panoramas with Photomerge and Auto-Blend

The Photomerge feature in Photoshop has gotten so good that you really don't have to be all that precise or perfect when you take your series of shots you want to stitch together for your panorama. Now, of course, if you use a tripod and take careful steps to make sure you overlap and stitch by 30% from frame to frame to frame, you'll get better results. But I am going to show here, Photoshop can do some pretty good work just with the hand-held series of shots, which is what this is. This is a picture of a building in Vienna, and we want to go ahead and merge this into a single panoramic image. We are in Bridge right now.

So, I am going to go ahead and select these five images. I can just click on one, hold down the Shift key and click on the last to select everything in between. And then to get this going inside Photoshop, we'll go to the Tools menu in Bridge, down to Photoshop, over to Photomerge. This will slip us over to Photoshop and bring up the Photomerge dialog where the...

Creating panoramas with Photomerge and Auto-Blend
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Creating panoramas with Photomerge and Auto-Blend provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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