Besiege the Walls: A few questions from a curious photographer?

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by King Panda, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. King Panda

    King Panda TPF Noob!

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    A Few Questions:
    I have a Macbook Pro and I was messing around with the system preferences until I scrolled over the Display option and opened the Color tab. I was wondering what would be the ideal Display Profile to use for graphic design with Photoshop?
    Secondly, I took a solid shot sequence and was wondering what would be the best way to display them. Side-by-side or span them out in four corners of the page? Or some sort of alternate method that I cannot conjure right now because I am lacking too much sleep.
    Far from the point, my last question is, when merging images to create a panoramic image, would it be best if I went through the images and merged them side by side by transforming the tilt on the faulty unaligned ones then attempt to smoothen the transition? Does anyone know of a Panoramic merge technique that works well in PS?

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  2. glaston

    glaston TPF Noob!

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    PS has the photomerge module.
    Never used it though.
     
  3. sage95

    sage95 TPF Noob!

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    What version of PS I use photomerge in CS3 and it is amazing much faster and more acurat than with CS2. That ands the B&W conversion is the only reason I upgraded to CS3. There is usualy very little editing needed after photomerge CS3 if the pics are shot well in the first place.
     

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