Comments on: Making a Panorama with Photoshop – Video Tutorial http://pstutorialsblog.com/97/making-a-panorama-with-photoshop-video-tutorial/ Daily Photoshop Tutorials, Tips, News and Resources Sun, 03 Dec 2006 21:33:24 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.2 By: Joe Stephenson http://pstutorialsblog.com/97/making-a-panorama-with-photoshop-video-tutorial/#comment-4191 Joe Stephenson Sun, 06 Aug 2006 15:15:29 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=97#comment-4191 Certainly photomerge should almost always be the first choice when merging several images into a panorama, especially as the number of images to be joined increases. I sometimes join as many as 10 images. Photomerge is fast--on a fast machine--and does a remarkable job of making a clean panorama. Any method of joining images benefits from starting with images having consistent exposure, sharp focus, and good control of camera level (not tipped) the right amount of overlap. I would not be happy with the interface between mountains and clouds in the final image, and the final image is rather dark on my monitor, perhaps owing to a different gamma. I also prefer natural clouds, either from the actual scene, or at least from another image that is a good match for the images being joined. cheers, Joe Stephenson Certainly photomerge should almost always be the first choice when merging several images into a panorama, especially as the number of images to be joined increases. I sometimes join as many as 10 images. Photomerge is fast–on a fast machine–and does a remarkable job of making a clean panorama.

Any method of joining images benefits from starting with images having consistent exposure, sharp focus, and good control of camera level (not tipped) the right amount of overlap.

I would not be happy with the interface between mountains and clouds in the final image, and the final image is rather dark on my monitor, perhaps owing to a different gamma. I also prefer natural clouds, either from the actual scene, or at least from another image that is a good match for the images being joined.

cheers,

Joe Stephenson

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By: Maja Moohoo http://pstutorialsblog.com/97/making-a-panorama-with-photoshop-video-tutorial/#comment-3884 Maja Moohoo Sun, 23 Jul 2006 01:28:23 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=97#comment-3884 Hey. I don't know what version of PS this is for but with CS2 (and maybe CS I'm not sure), you can just use the PhotoMerge command and PS automatically stiches several similar photos together! It's easy, fast, and works great - it also has a really cool perspective option which bends the whole panoramic image. So if you have CS2 you should definetly just use that. This tutorial is good however on raw photo stitching and color-(and brightness)-correction. Hey. I don’t know what version of PS this is for but with CS2 (and maybe CS I’m not sure), you can just use the PhotoMerge command and PS automatically stiches several similar photos together! It’s easy, fast, and works great – it also has a really cool perspective option which bends the whole panoramic image. So if you have CS2 you should definetly just use that. This tutorial is good however on raw photo stitching and color-(and brightness)-correction.

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By: Learn Photoshop » Learn Photoshop.Net http://pstutorialsblog.com/97/making-a-panorama-with-photoshop-video-tutorial/#comment-3194 Learn Photoshop » Learn Photoshop.Net Mon, 12 Jun 2006 00:56:34 +0000 http://pstutorialsblog.com/?p=97#comment-3194 [...] Making a Panorama with Photoshop - Video Tutorial Photoshop Watch and Learn Photoshop has released another one of their nice free video Photoshop tutorials. With this tutorial they explain how you can stitch several images together to create a Panorama with [...] [...] Making a Panorama with Photoshop – Video Tutorial Photoshop Watch and Learn Photoshop has released another one of their nice free video Photoshop tutorials. With this tutorial they explain how you can stitch several images together to create a Panorama with [...]

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