Tracing and extracting seams


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Tracing and extracting seams

I've saved the results of the Photomerge command as Multilayer panorama.psd, found inside the 32_photomerge folder. And if you take a look down here at the bottom-left corner of the image window, notice that it's telling us that the flattened size of this image would be almost 40 MB, so that's a pretty big flat file. The layered version of file, after the slash, is nearly 200 megs in size, which is a fairly whoppingly big file to open inside of Photoshop. So if you're working on a somewhat underpowered system, this file might present a challenge for you.

It might not open successfully. In any case, you can watch it with me, so. Now, let's say you want to be able to evaluate those seams, so you want to draw those seams as I drew them for you a couple of exercises ago. Here's what you do. It actually it takes a few steps. First of all, you select any one of these layers, and you drop down here to the fx icon, and you click on it, and you choose the Stroke command. And...

Tracing and extracting seams
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Tracing and extracting seams provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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