I posted this here. It is my first one. Charles (clupica) gave me the idea to post in here to see what can be done? If not, it's ok. I have some color ones coming back that show more promise. Thank you in advance.
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It looks like it has great potential!... but is there any way you could post the original photos that make up the
pano!? If we can come at it from scratch I'm certain we can feather-out this latent potential!
I'm looking forward to seeing what we can do with it!!
Thanks for posting the originals Sean!
I'm short on time at the moment but I was able to do a quick stitch using photoshop to see what would happen.
It liked the three on the right but there wasn't enough overlap to pick up the far left image. We'll have to go after
that one manually. I should have more time later to work in it and am eager to see what others come up with!
Pano's are one of my most favorite uses of photography!!
Wow Stephen very nice!! How did you blend it so smoothly? Is it possible to do in Elements?
Hi Stephen Great job ! and Hi Sean, Thank you for posting full size original photos.
The photoshop elements 7 was creating panorama is better than photoshop CS4 because it was easy& quick user.
I did not edit photo and Image > Grayscale mode.
Full size photo = 2884px × 1214px
Click here:: http://img709.imageshack.us/img709/1153/35041699.jpg
nice work stephen.
i tried to create a pano using ptgui but it couldn't create a pano because there wasn't enough overlapping information between the frames. generally you need about 20% of overlap between frames. haven't tried in cs4 yet.
Nice work Lynn!
You must have chosen the "Auto" option in Photomerge, this is one of those sets of images where "Cylindrical" seems
to work better... I only know this because I had to do it several times myself to find this out. :^)
And I understand what you mean Siodre! I just followed Lynn's use of Elements to see if it would snag the
far left image and add it to the mix... no luck there either but it did do fine with the right three!
In photoshop elements choose File>New>Photo Panorama
If you combine using Photoshop it's easiest to do so using the Bridge! Open bridge to the directory that you stored
the images in. Then hold down the Control button and click on all four images.
Then go up to the top tool bar in Bridge and click on: Tools>Photoshop>Photomerge
This will take you into the dialog box for Photomerge and in this case choose Cylindrical as your option.... photoshop
will take it from there!
Here's a link to the full sized version that I just did using Photoshop Elements... minus the fourth image on
the far left... and it needs cropping of course! :^)
oy, lynn, sorry, i missed your go earlier. you got some nice results as well. i tried with cs4 and got the same quality pano that you did with elements 7.
"Elements" just clips the images to fit, while with photoshop if you later want to do some additional adjusting you can... :^)
I'm glad to see you got it working okay Siodre! :^)