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Chapter 12. Creative Techniques > Enhancing perspective in a panorama

Enhancing perspective in a panorama

You may find that some panoramas you create appear a little flat, or just not quite right, particularly as they progress out toward the edges. That’s because even the most sophisticated camera lens has a tendency to flatten what little depth or perspective is present in the landscapes or objects they capture. Photomerge lets you add back that lost perspective to create a more natural-looking panoramic image. In addition, you can adjust the vanishing point (the point where natural perspective recedes into the distance) to help draw attention to a specific area or object in your panorama. Photomerge even provides an option to correct unwanted distortion that may appear as a result of using the Perspective feature, and another that will adjust for minor exposure differences between images that sometimes become more noticeable when you apply perspective.

To add perspective to a panorama:


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