Panoramic

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by twgreen3, Oct 9, 2005.

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    I was wondering how I could make a panoramic from 2 different pic. I have Jasc paint shop Pro 8. Nikon picture project. Thank you
     
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    in photoshop go to file>automate>photomerge. find the pics you want and let it do it's thing. depending on the computer/file size it may take a while, or it may go fast.
     
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    And if you want some really clever automated stitching then by all accounts, Realviz Stitcher 5 is supposed to be the one to buy.
     
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    *BOINK* bumping this one up...

    So to shoot a really good panoramic, do you just put your camera on a tripod and shoot all around in a circle (or not all the way 360 degrees, but however far you want to keep rotating)?

    It makes me want to get out and experiment....I wonder what will happen if I stand in the centre of a field and go 360? *scratches head*
     

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