Stitching large photos using Photomerge


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Stitching large photos using Photomerge

There will come a time when you have a photo that's just too big for your scanner. The only thing for it is to scan it in pieces--sometimes just a couple of pieces and sometimes many more. That could present a problem if you had no easy way to piece them back together, especially if your only option was to put them together with just your mouse and your eye to guide you. Luckily, that's not the case, for inside Photoshop is a very powerful, highly-accurate photo-stitching tool called Photomerge. Open all your scans in Photoshop, or have them all in the same folders.

If all the scans aren't facing the same direction, Photomerge will flip the images for you. With all your images open, go to File > Automate and then all the way to the bottom, where you'll find Photomerge. If your images are all in a folder, you can go up to Browse, or if they're open, click Add Open Files. Keep your Blend Images Together box checked. This program does a really good job of blending and will...

Stitching large photos using Photomerge
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Stitching large photos using Photomerge provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photo Restoration with Photoshop

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