Panoramic photos?

11 years 3 weeks ago #2044 by Joe Photo Daddy
I was wondering what program works best with making a panoramic photo? On my way home last night I found this great spot just as the sun was setting and I want to go back and try to capture a super wide panoramic photo. I've not done one before so could use some advice.


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2056 by Rocket Man
You can "stitch" them together in Photoshop


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2073 by kristen
There is also free programs on the internet that you can use to stitch the photo.


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2108 by meangogetter
Pacasa 3 is a free program and it's alright but I still prefer Photoshop. I'm still learning the program but it's a lot better than Pacasa in my book.


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2210 by Rocket Man

meangogetter wrote: Pacasa 3 is a free program and it's alright but I still prefer Photoshop. I'm still learning the program but it's a lot better than Pacasa in my book.


I thought that was for photo storage only? Can you edit?


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2308 by Thomas S

Joe Photo Daddy wrote: I was wondering what program works best with making a panoramic photo? On my way home last night I found this great spot just as the sun was setting and I want to go back and try to capture a super wide panoramic photo. I've not done one before so could use some advice.


Make sure you use tripod


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2315 by meangogetter

Rocket Man wrote:

meangogetter wrote: Pacasa 3 is a free program and it's alright but I still prefer Photoshop. I'm still learning the program but it's a lot better than Pacasa in my book.


I thought that was for photo storage only? Can you edit?


No, it's not just for storage. You can do a little editing with Picasa but like i said, I wasn't impressed with it.


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2376 by london
This is a great thread post, I am giong to have to try the stiching.


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11 years 3 weeks ago #2509 by ShadowWalker
Photoshop CS3 or greater


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10 years 11 months ago #5368 by Mike Ayrouth

Rocket Man wrote: You can "stitch" them together in Photoshop


Where is that function found?

Getting BETTER one photo at a time!
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10 years 11 months ago #5375 by deewun
In Photoshop CS5. File>Automate>Photomerge. It works very well. See: www.pbase.com/deewun/image/129554171


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