Adobe Photoshop Tips #1

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Have you ever wanted to take a picture but couldn’t fit everything you wanted into the size of the camera frame? Adobe Photoshop can fix that problem for you. Panoramic pictures are really easy to put together from multiple shots in Photoshop. The picture above was created by combining 10 different pictures together.

1. Take your pictures with overlapping objects. Notice how all three of these pictures have the same bushes and area of the building in them. Try to overlap around 20% or more of the same area between pictures.

2. Open Photoshop and under “File – Automate” click on “Photomerge”

3. Make sure the “Auto” choice is selected and click the browse button to choose your pictures. Then click on “ok”

4. Your panorama will be created automatically. There may be some blank space on the top and bottom of the picture

5. Use the “crop” tool to trim off the blank space and complete your panorama


Anonymous said...

This is great! The finished product looks really good.