In this video, explore two different approaches to creating panoramas using Adobe Bridge.
- [Instructor] In this movie, I want to look…at creating panoramas through Bridge…and there are actually three different approaches…that we can take here.…Firstly, I'm looking in the pano folder where I have…the separate frames of my panoramas.…The first has 11 frames and the second has five.…These were auto stacked using this option…under the stacks menu and if we want to expand them,…we can just click on the number.…
So I am going to start by working on this second grouping…and come to the tools menu and then to Photoshop…and choose photo merge.…When I do that, I'm taken to Photoshop, photo merge…is opened, there's a list of the files that I had selected.…Auto is nearly always the best way to go.…In fact, I would say try auto, if it doesn't work…the way you expect, it doesn't work 100 percent of the time,…then come and try one of these other options.…
I do want to blend the images together.…I don't have anything yet on the frames…so I don't need to worry about that.…I'm not going to check geometric distortion correction…
- Viewing metadata
- Stacking images
- Rating images
- Filtering and finding images
- Creating collections and Smart Collections
- Creating panoramas and HDR images
- Creating slideshows and contact sheets
- Batch renaming files
- Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
- Using Develop presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop for Designers: Textureswith Nigel French1h 47m Intermediate
1. The Bridge Interface
3. Bridge and Camera Raw
Using Develop presets3m 48s
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