Panorama Image With Photoshop


In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a panorama shot using multiple images with Photoshop.

Photoshop uses a tool called “Photosmerge” to merge images together to make a panorama shot.

To get the most out of Photoshop’s Photomerge command, I recommended that you use a tripod when taking your photos, although it’s not entirely necessary as long as you remain standing in the same spot as you take the pictures, as I did with the images in this tutorial.

It’s also very important that you overlap each image by at least 30% so that Photoshop has enough detail to compare between images when trying to stitch them together.

If you’re shooting with a wide-angle or fish-eye lens where a lot of geometric distortion occurs in the images. You’ll want to at least double that amount since Photoshop will need much more information to work with.

Keep in mind that the more photos you’re stitching together, the more memory Photoshop will require since it needs to open all the images at once.

If your camera shoots large-sized files, it may be wise to save smaller versions of the photos first and work with those instead, otherwise, Photoshop may run out of memory before the panorama is completed, or at least take a very long time.

The files I have provided below for you to practice are small in size and should not take too long to stitch together.

Tutorial Assets:

Panorama Images (2292 downloads )

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Steven

Love this tutorial, very helpful!

Remi

Great Tutorial….many thanks
Remi

Frida

thx for the tutorial : its great!

Eliphal

The story about your jumping picture and the fact every one suspects it photoshoped, reminded me of me. Because I work with 3D, almost every RL photo I show a friend, the first question I get is: Is that Blender (3D softwear)?
BTW, that’s why I m so grateful to you for your tutorials: they take so much time off my 3D renders. Being able to make the final retouchings on PS instead of re-rendering the scenes over and over again (which can take sometimes days and even weeks) is something I’ve dreamed of for years. And you actually solved in your tutorials most of the questions and problems I had. I found you through the eyes and aging tutorials, and since then I use the technics you showed there almost on every human model I make. Now I have the scar technics as well.

What I dont have is enough words to thank you, Sir.

jaferszm

nice