Quickly stitch and blend your sequenced images together into a panorama using Photoshop and Lightroom (optional).
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Starting in Lightroom, sequenced images were brought into Photoshop using the “Merge of Panorama in Photoshop” option. Once in Photomerge, “Auto” can usually be kept selected, and when you press “OK”, the automated process of stitching the images together begins.
Whenever a panorama is stitched together, there will usually be transparent area surrounding the image. To help heal this out, a selection is first made of the entire image, then brought in a touch using Contract, found under the Select/Modify menu.
Fill: Finally, using the Fill option (found under the Edit menu), you can instruct Photoshop to use Content-Aware to magically create the missing areas. Of course, it won’t be perfect, but it’ll certainly help!
Adaptive Wide Angle: Lastly, if your image suffers from a curve, the Adaptive Wide Angle filter can help correct this by dragging out constraints that tells Photoshop which curves should be corrected.
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