Merging Panoramic Photos with Adobe Photoshop

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Panoramic images are made by stitching more than one picture with another. There are numerous software applications to accomplish this, but you may already own one that works really well – Adobe Photoshop. Many video producers use panoramas to zoom and pan within a larger stitched image at higher-than-video resolution.

In this article, How To Stitch Panoramic Photos with Adobe Photoshop Richard Harrington of Photofocus steps you through using Photomerge – a powerful tool within the world's most popular imaging software.

From Photofocus:

One of my favorite styles of image is a panoramic photo. Creating this type of image in Photoshop is super easy thanks to the Photomerge command. You can take several images and combine them into a seamless panoramic image. You can use Photomerge to combine images that are tiled horizontally, vertically, or both.

How to Stitch Panoramic Photos with Adobe Photoshop

To learn the steps on how to merge overlapping photos into a single panoramic image, visit Photofocus' article: How To Stitch Panoramic Photos with Adobe Photoshop

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(cover photo credit: snap from Photofocus)


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