Try to blend this

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  1. D-50

    D-50 TPF Noob!

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    I am working on a panoramic stitch and was wondering what the best way to blend these photos together. I stitched them in photoshop through photomerge. I spent a while belnding these last night and got something that is decent but it took a while and I know there must be a better way. Take a shot at blending this image so the seems are not visible. If you cuold tell me what tools you use and in what order I would appreciate it. Thanks[​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] try using the healing brush or the spot healing brush, here is a 5minute redo i did, didn't really have a lot of time since I'm here at work., if you don't mind me trying!
     
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    I used the Healing brush on normal and multiply in combinatin with the clone stamp, but what is the spot healing tool? I hae been teaching myself photoshop so there is a lot I do not know.
     
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    the spot healing tool is the tool in the same list, but above the healing brush! there is no need to select an alternate area to refer to.
     

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