Crop, Fill in the gaps, and Make final panographic adjustments Photoshop CS6


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Cropping, filling in the gaps, and making final panographic adjustments

After having assembled the panoramic photograph and then corrected some of the perspective issues, what I want to do here is take a look at how we can crop and finish this image off. Let's go ahead and zoom out. You can do so by pressing Command+Minus on a Mac or Ctrl+Minus on Windows. Now, here is what we have to work with. What you want to do is select your Crop tool. You want to go ahead and start to click and drag these points in. And as you do that, ideally you want to have the option set of Unconstrained because when you're creating a panoramic photograph, really it's all about your own perspective.

There's nothing which says, a pano needs to be this wide or this tall. So as I bring in these different points, really I am thinking about composition. I can't see that very well here. So I am going to zoom back in by pressing Command+Plus or Ctrl+Plus. And you know sometimes what I like to do when I'm cropping especially really wide photographs is to press the Tab ke...

Cropping, filling in the gaps, and making final panographic adjustments
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Cropping, filling in the gaps, and making final panographic adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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