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Chapter 12. Creative Techniques > Creating Panoramas

Creating Panoramas

With Photoshop Elements, you can create wide, panoramic images that would be difficult to capture with a single shot from a standard camera. If you’ve ever taken a series of photographs and tried “stitching” them together with tape or glue to assemble a continuous panoramic photo, you know how frustrating this can be. The Photomerge command does this for you automatically, letting you save your scissors and tape for other projects. Photomerge analyzes your individual photos and automatically assembles them into a single image (Figure 12.1). From there, you can manually move and rotate your images, adjust for slight exposure differences, and correct for distorted perspective—all problems particular to merging images together.

Figure 12.1. Photomerge combines several separate photos into a single panoramic picture.



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