Creating a Panorama
First, I started out by resizing the images in Lightroom because the files are so large. Then I brought all of the images into Photoshop to start the masterpiece!
By using the Photo Merge Tool in Photoshop, I can load all of the images of the panorama into Photoshop at the same time. While the images load, they automatically stitch themselves together with layer masks included.
Once the panorama is loaded, I merge all of the images together to start working with the panorama as a whole. Then I use the Warp Tool to help straighten the horizon. Experiment with the Warp Tool on the image until you get the results you want. You might have to do this a few times. Last but not least, I crop the image to make the edges even.
News & Updates
There’s a contest going on this week where you can submit a conceptual self-portrait to win Phlearn PRO’s. You can check out the article HERE. The winners will be announced when the next article is released on Wednesday.
A new Phlearn PRO has been released today. Learn how to create beautiful vintage fashion images and how to master color. You can check out and purchase the PRO HERE.